Blog Category: Designers Page 1 of 2 New Inventory From Denmark September 17th, 2013 Fresh off of the container– here is a quick look at a few of our favorite pieces (from a new […] Continue Reading Update: Restoring a Vintage Rapson September 17th, 2012 Updates on the restoration process of a vintage Ralph Rapson designed rocker for Knoll. Continue Reading The Timelessness of a Møller August 12th, 2012 Organic designs by Niels Møller Continue Reading The New Rapson-Inc. Outdoor Greenbelt Line June 30th, 2012 Toby Rapson, son of leading American modernist architect Ralph Rapson, has established Rapson-Inc. to put some of his father's mid-century furniture […] Continue Reading A Work in Progress February 10th, 2012 Following the restoration of a vintage Rapson rocker for Knoll Continue Reading RALPH RAPSON: Chair Design – the Architect’s Studio, Opening Reception + Release Event! December 22nd, 2011 The event will feature both vintage and new Rapson rockers to view and test, as well as design sketches from […] Continue Reading Ralph Rapson – Part II: The Scandinavian Embassies December 9th, 2011 Ralph Rapson’s designs for the Stockholm and Copenhagen US Embassy buildings earned him design awards home and abroad in 1955, as well as international recognition Continue Reading Rapson-Inc. Exhibition November 26th, 2011 Danish Teak Classics will soon be collaborating with Rapson-Inc. in an event to introduce a selection of Ralph Rapson […] Continue Reading Designer Flatware November 13th, 2011 Designers and Architects are often commended for their attention to detail. Some have even received opportunities to design spaces […] Continue Reading Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean October 17th, 2011 Ieoh Ming Pei’s museum of contemporary art in Luxembourg, Luxembourg Continue Reading In the Kitchen October 12th, 2011 A few of my favourite kitchen wares by current Swedish designers, just in time for the autumn harvest Continue Reading In the eye of the beholder July 2nd, 2011 cringe-worthy treatment of the vintage Aalto Chair 69 that is, to some, heartwarming and more priceless than the chair itself Continue Reading Older Posts Get the Latest Sign up to receive emails about our design inspirations, projects, sales events, and more. Email* CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.