The first piece of Skagerak’s Cutter collection was a wooden bench that Niels Hvass designed in 1999 for the Planken Ud exhibition at Designmuseum Danmark. The clean-lined design of the bench comprises a simple wooden frame and slats connected by finger joints. Hvass drew his inspiration for the continuous shape of the base from Bauhaus movement’s use of metal tubes. Today, the Cutter collection features numerous new designs from a stool to a mirror and storage elements that share the timeless and airy design of the original bench.
Cutter wardrobe, teak
- 47.24 in (120 cm)
- 13.39 in (34 cm)
- 5.12 in (13 cm)
Niels Hvass (b. 1958) is a Danish designer who graduated as a furniture designer from the Danish School of Design in 1987 and has since contributed to Danish design as a designer, teacher and board member. In 2008, Hvass founded design studio Strand + Hvass in Copenhagen together with Christina Strand. Hvass’ work has been exhibited in museums around the globe, and he has received many design awards including the Red Dot Award and Georg Jensen Award.View all products
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