Prefab Houses: The Scandinavian Pioneers

The popularity of prefab houses is ever rising in the 21st century as people seek to build homes that are more environmentally friendly and also better prepared for the harsh elements that are particularly prevalent in winter. When it comes to this kind of design and architecture, the Scandinavians have it just right. They keep it simple and easy, unlike other European countries that have tried to tinker with the methods and failed.  Their history dates back further than you’d think What may surprise many…

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Whoa! Elusive Ib Kofod Larsen Sculpted MCM Sofa for Selig (Denmark, 1950's)

Kinzco has added a photo to the pool:

Whoa! Elusive Ib Kofod Larsen Sculpted MCM Sofa for Selig (Denmark, 1950's)

Example number two. Another massive score from Kofod Larsen packed to the rafters with potential. With new cushions and foam, this one explodes into extreme A list pedigree. No brainer score. Special shout out to my O.G. Robert on this one, he is one of my very extreme inner circle. He has that type of ability. Thank you Robert.

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Why the World Loves all things Scandinavian

With Swedish food sales to the UK increasing by approaching a third over the last five years, and Norway and Denmark also reporting an increase in exports intended for Britain, not to mention the unstoppable rise of Scandinavian detective fiction, in TV, film and book form, from Wallander to The Killing, it’s starting to feel the world has an unquenchable thirst for all things Nordic. IKEA expansion But it’s furniture and furniture design that remain Scandinavia’s best-loved exports across the world. Swedish firm IKEA, for example, is on the search for…

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