Josef Frank, Swedish-Austrian designer, known for his textiles, was also an architect, furniture designer,  glass ware, lighting, and metalwork- artist.

Day one: Josef Frank

Josef Frank's vibrantly patterned fabrics and wallpapers make a room come alive! Josef Frank fabric for Svenskt Tenn through Bunschwig et Fils

Citrus Garden I An archival print designed for Schumacher I 1947 I Josef Frank

Lemony yellow, Pool, Aqua, great color combination in Citrus Garden Schumacher Fabric

A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet, doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima', Svenskt Tenn ca 1937.

A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet, doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima', Svenskt Tenn ca Height 130 cm, width cm, depth 41 cm.

Joseph Frank, 1960, pattern, paper cut, colour, design, abstract, shape, repeat, fabric, geometric

design-is-fine: “Josef Frank, textile design Bows, Linen, cotton. Via Cooper-Hewitt. “Frank’s interest in pattern design was not unique among Viennese architects; like Josef Hoffmann, Koloman.

JOSEF FRANK, "Matta nr.1", Kasthall för Svenskt Tenn, tuftad, 420 x 315 cm; slitage, fläckar

Josef Frank so lovely. Extending tradition of Klee, Miro, Matisse

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