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The futuristic, organic furniture of a late designer’s final works

Vladimir Kagan was a master of design German-born Vladimir Kagan was a prolific, energetic designer who worked tirelessly until his death at 88 this past April, leaving behind an impressive oeuvre that significantly influenced contemporary design. Currently on view at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York City are three of his final furniture pieces, which he created specifically for this exhibition.
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