Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3
Design House Stockholm Birds 1967, No. 3

Birds 1967, No. 3

Design House Stockholm

79.05€

Design House Stockholm
Birds 1967
79.05€


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Description

Design House Stockholm's Birds 1967 No. 3, designed by Lisa Larson, is a playful wooden figurine made from hand-painted beech. The distinctive wooden bird gets its charming look from its multi-coloured surface: a beautiful combination of bright red and stylish black and white will delight in many different interiors.

Originating from the late 1960s Flower Power movement, the adorable Birds collection embodies the era's ethos of peace and love. Now, these captivating birds fly into your home to fill your rooms with that same touch of freedom and hope.

Material
Solid beech, water-based
paint
Colour
White, black
Length
15.5 cm
Width
7 cm
Height
16 cm
Weight
0.29 kg
Notes
Kindly note that Birds 1967 -figurines are decoration elements, not toys.

Lisa Larson

Lisa Larson (1931 – 2024) was a Swedish ceramicist and designer, well-known for her charming ceramic animals and figures. She studied at the College of Crafts and Design in Gothenburg and participated in a Scandinavian art competition after her graduation in 1954. At the competition, she caught the eye of Stig Lindberg, who offered her a trial position at the Gustavsberg porcelain factory. Larson's career at Gustavsberg lasted for decades until 1980, after which she embarked on freelance projects for various Swedish companies, including Duka, Kooperativa Förbundet, and Åhléns. In 1992, she established the Gustavsberg Ceramic Studio alongside some former colleagues. The studio remains active still.

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