Lounge chair on lucite base Vladmir  Kagan
 
 Sloane Sectional Sofa by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
 
 Rosewood and Metal Cubist Table Base by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
 
 
Early Walnut and Marble Curvy Coffee Table by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
 
 Early and Rare Armoire by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
 
 Early and Rare Dresser by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
 
 
Serpentine Sofa Designed by Vladimir Kagan for Directional Vladmir  Kagan
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 Lucite Lounge Chair Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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 Serpentine Sofa Vladimir Kagan for Directional Vladmir  Kagan
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Table With Etched Bronze Panels Greenamyer Vladmir  Kagan
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 Clound Sofa Vladimir Kagan for Directional  Vladmir  Kagan
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 Omnibus Sectional Sofa  Vladmir  Kagan
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Radius Dining Table by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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 Cubist Dining Table by Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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 Set of Six unusual Oak Cubist dining chairs Vladmir  Kagan
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Dramatic and large Desk Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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 Sofa/Couch with sculpted walnut base Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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 Omnibus Sectional Sofa Vladimir Kagan Vladmir  Kagan
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Vladmir Kagan
(American, 1927−2016)

Vladmir  Kagan

Brief Biography:
Vladimir Kagan is one of today's most enduring designers of modern furniture with a career that has spanned more than sixty years. He started designing in 1946 and by the early Fifties, his innovative sculptured designs created a new look in American furniture. The New York Times says: "Vladimir Kagan is one of the most important furniture designers of the 20th century. Furniture designed by him in the forties, fifties and sixties have become icons of Modernity and an obligatory reference to every designer. He is the creative grandfather of a whole new generation of designers".rnBorn in Worms on the Rhine, Germany in 1927, Vladimir Kagan came to the United States in 1938. His earliest focus was on painting and sculpture but in his formative years he became exceedingly attracted to architecture and design. He studied Architecture at Columbia University and in 1947 joined his father, Illi Kagan, a master cabinetmaker, to work in his woodworking shop and learn furniture making from the ground up.rnHis designs are held in a wide range of museum and private collections around the world.