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Since 1983, Arkitektura
has been offering the finest in 20th Century Classic furniture created
by several of the most accomplished architects of our time. While the furniture
is designed to work well in both corporate and residential installations,
it’s common thread is that much honored combination of fine design and
superior hand-craftsmanship. Whether designed by Eliel Saarinen, his son
Eero Saarinen, Sir Edwin Lutyens, Pauli Blomsted or the noted American
architect, Michael Graves, all of these furnishings share our commitment
to quality and our dedication to design. More recently, we are offering
classic, distinctive furnishings of our own design to complement our original
products and have been pleased with the warm reception they have received.
So sit back, browse our catalogue, and see for yourself why, after almost
2 decades, we are so proud of these timeless designs.

Sir Edwin Lutyens Designs

Based on designs by Sir Edwin Lutyens.


A collection of furniture originally designed by the celebrated Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen for his private residence at The Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI as well as The Cranbrook School. Clearly demonstrates his mastery in both the Arts & Crafts and Art Deco schools of design.


Before there was a CBS Headquarters, the St. Louis Arch, Dulles International Airport or the innovative TWA terminal at New York’s Kennedy Airport, there was The Kingswood School. It was here, at the tender young age of 19 that Eero Saarinen first demonstrated his natural gift for fine design. His furniture, while rooted in a sense of tradition by its construction, used a variety of color to impart modernity. This subtle ability to marry tradition and modernity is the early hallmark of his fledging genius. That the original products are still in use demonstrate that they are still structurally sound, comfortable and visually fresh – A testament to the timeless appeal of Saarinen’s designs.