Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large
Architectmade Penguin, large

Penguin, large


1218 DKK 1353 DKK

1218 DKK 1353 DKK


Penguin by Architectmade is a delightful wooden figurine designed by Hans Bunde in 1954. Bunde first created the design as a gift for his siblings, shaping a Penguin for each of his sisters. The gracious, majestic Penguin has a hand-painted back that represents the bird’s plumage while the unpainted chest highlights beech wood’s beautiful natural grain.

8.5 cm
9.9 cm
26 cm

Hans Bunde

Hans Bunde (1919–1996) was a Danish designer who earned acclaim in the1950s when he worked as the main designer for the Danish silverware company Cohr. A trained silversmith, Bunde had a keen eye for detail and sculptural shapes.

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