Junzo SakakuraA pair of “5016” easy chairs

Teak laminated plywood and fabric
Manufactured by Tendo Mokko, Japan
Model designed in 1957
Height: 25 9/16 in. / Length: 22 1/16 in. / Width: 27 3/16 in.

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ABOUT Junzo Sakakura

1901-1969, 

Japon

Junzo Sakakura (坂倉準三) is a Japanese architect and designer. His name is known and recognized internationally because he is one of the most important figures of the Modern Movement: the Museum of Modern Art in Kamakura (Japan), which he designed between 1950 and 1951, has thus dedicated a retrospective exhibition to him in 2019 showing the essential inputs he gave to Japanese and world architecture.