Danish Modern desk from Bernadotte & Bjørn, 1960’s
The first Scandinavian design studio, called Bernadotte & Bjørn Industridesign, was completely devoted to industrial design, and it was created in 1949 by Acton Bjørn himself and the Swedish designer Sigvard Bernadotte. The headquarters were based in Copenhagen with offices in New York and Stockholm. The cooperation between Bernadotte and Bjørn lasted until 1964. During that time, they created numerous design classics.
Very beautiful Mid-Century Modern varnished teak and beech veneer combination desk, exceptional Danish craftsmanship. Equipped with 3 drawers on one side and with Venetian jalousie door on other side where behind them drawers, 2 pull out plates on both sides.
Good, age-related wear and marks on the top
length: 152 cm
width: 76 cm
height: 74 cm