See ARMCHAIR 311
The rattan collection “311”, designed in the 1930s, consists of a sofa, an armchair and a stool. All of them give an airy impression with the slender-limbed pattern and softly rounded edges. In the late 1800s, the making of rattan furniture expands on the European continent. The Austrian architect Adolf Loos raised wicker furniture as an alternative to steel furniture, and referred to the English way of loosen up interiors with rattan. Josef Frank and many of his colleagues in Vienna, embraced Loos approach and with time, Josef Frank designed about a hundred different pieces of rattan furniture.