Scandinavian designer of the mid-twentieth century, Erik Buch is particularly known for his models of chairs. If little to nothing is known about his personal life, his designs are still famous among vintage lovers and present in some shops. Today, the shop Erik Buch makes sure to reproduce his works and market them.
SOME INFORMATION ABOUT ERIK BUCH
Erik Buch was born in Copenhagen in 1923. Very little is known about the first years of his life, his training and his associates. It is powered for the first time on the front of the stage with its chair Model 49,manufactured in 1949. Dining chair, it is appreciated for its curved seat and classic Scandinavian style. The most famous piece, however, is the bar stool Model 61, with a curved seat and four varnished wooden legs. His creations were largely made by cabinetmaker and furniture manufacturer Oddense Maskinsnedkeri. The date of Erik Buch’s death is estimated at the end of the 1970s.
ERIK BUCH’S LEGACY
During his career as a designer, Buch made nearly 30 pieces, still sold worldwide as vintage furniture. A shop with his name is still open and reproduces his designs identically, giving life to the Danish designer through his works. The parts are entirely manufactured in Denmark, with the guarantee of the authenticity of the product. The chairs and other furniture by Erik Buch are also visible worldwide, in museums or in vintage furniture shops. Fans are fond of their quality and Scandinavian design, emblematic of the Danish fashion of the mid-twentieth century.
The Vintage Furniture, your vintage furniture shop in Paris, has some stamped pieces by Erik Buch, and other designers. Click here to discover more.