The Danish designer and architect Ib Kofod-Larsen studied at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture and relatively quickly gained international recognition. His style characterised the 50's and 60's and was popular on the market. It has become more and more coveted in recent years.Kofod-Larsen was also one of the most influential designers at the British firm G-plan.Kofod-Larsen never had a specific niche but made several different kinds of furniture, like sideboards, chairs and sofas, often made in rosewood and palisander.
Rosewood sideboard, front with four drawers and four doors, inside with shelves and trays, brass hinges. Model FA 66. Manufactured by Faarup Møbelfabrik in the 1960's. H. 77. W. 230. D. 50 cm. Purchased by the present owner's parents in the 1960's. Literature: Mobilia No. 129, April 1966. CITES-certificate valid for transport and re-sale within the European Union included.