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Pair of lounge chairs by Alf Svensson for Ljungs industries, later known as DUX, made in the 1950s. Black lacquered steel frames with removable cushions upholstered in luxurious cognac colored leather.

This model was first introduced at the iconic international exhibition for architecture and design, H55, in Helsingborg in 1955. They represent a new style of furniture that emerged along with TV culture, inspired by American furniture and architecture, which changed the way people furnished their homes. This model became serially produced with a wooden frame and these metal ones are a very rare find.

Designer: Alf Svensson
Maker: Ljungs industrier
Year: 1950s
Country: Sweden
Condition: Very good vintage condition with wear consistent with age and use, new upholstery
Size: Height 60 cm, Width 60 cm, Depth 70 cm
View at:
Danderydsgatan 26, 114 26 Stockholm


Additional Information: These chairs are located at our showroom which you are welcome to visit by appointment. Please use the form to contact us or call +46737622840.

To make an order, please contact us and we will create an invoice including the shipping fee. Delivery within the Stockholm area is free of charge.

More about the product

Alf Svensson was creative director at Bergboms, which was a successful Swedish lighting firm which manufactured both own designs and – thanks to Svensson’s international connections – those of international designers such as Greta Grossman and Edward Wormley.

He was also creative director at the furniture company Ljungs industrier, later known as DUX, which Bergboms was tied to. Alf Svensson was an architect with sure instinct for new trends which can be seen in his own designs as well as in those of the designers Bergboms collaborated with.


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