Set of 5 Teak Danish De Luxe Armchairs


Danish De Luxe Armchairs. Australia c. 1960-70.

Danish De Luxe was founded in 1958 by Neville Ashkanasy,  John Westacott and Borg Gjorstvang.  Based in Huntingdale Victoria, Danish De Luxe was a Melbourne furniture design and manufacturing company. Designing inhouse contemporary mid-century modern furniture often influenced by Scandinavian design, DDL also commissioned leading local Australian Designers, including George Kral and Maggie May. DDL also manufactured the Grant and Mary Featherson "Talking Chair MKII".
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Objet d'art

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