Design Vladimir Kagan921
- The graceful, statuesque appearance of the Mallory Console is a truly timeless Kagan design—it was redeveloped from an early design that long sat in Kagan’s own apartment.
- An elongated mitre joint integrates the legs and body, which is topped with black cleft slate for a unique surface rich with natural grooves and texture.
- The drawer fronts are carved from a solid piece of walnut and capture the beauty of the natural, seamless wood grain.
Vladimir Kagan pioneered the enduring voice of midcentury modern design. A designer of not simply furniture but what he called “vessels to hold the human body,” Kagan joined the portfolio in 2016, personally entrusting his legacy to HOLLY HUNT. Kagan’s designs radiate his vitality and passion for discovery. Born in Worms, Germany in 1927, he emigrated to the U.S. at the age of 11, just before the dawn of WWII. From his father’s repeated admonishment “Ehre das Handwerk!” (“Honor the handcraft!”), Vladimir inherited an appreciation of artisan skill which, combined with his innovative design sensibility, was key to his success.