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


A Botanically Inclined Interior in London

Window Decor - The colors and textures of the garden outside are mimicked by the Josef Frank textiles in the window seat. - From a Victorian house in East London

motifs textile : pour un tapis, Josef Frank, 1928, jaune, bleu

Greys / grays make outstanding foils to bright shades. Here, a deep orange and sky blue jump out of the composition while black, warm pale blue, red-violet and a yellow-beige provide intriguing accents

Josef Frank 1885-1967 CARPET. "Matta nr 1"

Designed by Josef Frank 1938 for Svenskt Tenn. Produced by Hitex A glued label at the back.

Josef Frank. Detail of a mahogany cabinet covered with his floral chintz fabric Fatima, c.1938.

yama-bato: scandinaviancollectors: JOSEF FRANK, Detail from the mahogany cabinet covered with Frank´s floral chintz fabric Fatima, Produced by Firma Svenskt Tenn Ab, Sweden.

Notturno linen textile design by Josef Frank, 1943-45 This is dramatic - love it!  We love to protect musical instruments with our funky cases.

Notturno linen textile design by Josef Frank, This is dramatic - love…

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

Viennese architect and furniture designer Josef Frank fled from the Nazis to Sweden – and began creating dizzyingly colourful fabrics

Fabric of life: Josef Frank's joyous textile designs – in pictures

Josef Frank, with black as a background colour it is amazing how bright the other colours can be

Josef Frank designed this luxurious pattern in September 1941 shortly before he moved to New York. Under Ekvatorn is one of the boldest linen cretonnes that.