Palma de Mallorca
Boligagenten tilbyr også bistand med søk og kjøp av feriebolig i Palma de Mallorca m/omegn.
Gjennom vårt nettverk av meglere og sentrale aktører ved kjøp og oppgradering av feriested kan vi tilby;
- Aktivt søk i markedet via vårt nettverk
- Analyse av objektene, Vurdering av verdier og potensiale
- Bistand med kjøp via advokat
- Nettverk med bygg kompetanse og team for renovering.
- Nettverk av interiørkonsulenter og interiør møbelbutikker
- Kunst og dekor
- bistand til utleie.
Vi bistår deg med å finne riktig salgsmegler på din bolig, og din salgsmegler og Boligagenten as samarbeider om å finne riktig kjøper til ditt hus. Dersom Boligagenten as finner kjøperen til din bolig, betaler du megleren kun for oppgjør og kontrakt og ikke meglerhonorar.
- 1905 Born in Italy near Milan
- 1929 He obtains his diploma from Milan Polytechnic School
- 1930 He participated in the Monza Triennale where he showed his furniture designs
- 1936 At the Milan Triennale, Franco Albini presented progressive designs for a rational layout for small rooms
- 1941 He designs a transparent radio
- 1950 His designs for shelves and chairs is put in production by Cassina and Poggi
- 1951 He designs the rattan chair “Margherita”
- 1951 He designs the Belladonna sofa in rattan, that is now produced by Sika-Design
- 1952 Franca Helg and Franco Albini becomes business partners. Franca plays a crucial role in a numerous of the designs by Franco Albini
- 1957 He designed the building for the LA Rinascente department store in Rome
- 1963-1977 He, Helg and Bob Noorda collaborated on a project to design several stations within the Milan subway system
- 1977 Franco Albini dies
- 1923 Born in Copenhagen, Denmark
- 1943 Educated as a cabinetmaker
- 1945 Awarded Second Prize in Cabinetmaker’s Guild Exhibition together with her husband
- 1946 Graduates from Industrial Arts and Crafts College, Copenhagen
- 1946 Establishes own design studio together with Jørgen Ditzel
- 1947 Wins prizes in 8 different competitions (glass, textiles, furniture & ceramics)
- 1950 Nanna & Jørgen Ditzel began to work with wicker in cooperation with the renowned wicker worker R. Wengler in Copenhagen
- 1951 Designs the Rana Chair and the Madame Chair
- 1959 Designs the Hanging Egg Chair
- 1961 Nanna Ditzels husband, Jørgen, dies
- 1961 Designs the Chill Chair
- 1964 Designs the furnishing fabric, Hallingdal
- 1968 Moves to london
- 1969 Deisgns the Nanna Rocking Chair
- 1970 Establishes her own studio in London
- 1986 Returns to denmark and opens a combined design studio and furniture workshop in Copenhagen
- 1995 Elected Knight of the Order of Dannebrog
- 2000 Awarded the Danish Design Prize
- 2005 The death of Nanna Ditzel in Copenhagen
- 1902 Born in Copenhagen
- 1924 Enrols as an architecture student at the Royal Academy of the Arts in Copenhagen
- 1925 Wins a silver medal for a the Paris Chair at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris where he discovers Le Corbusier’s work
- 1927 Visits Berlin where he sees the architecture of Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. Wins a gold medal on graduating from the Royal Academy
- 1930 After years of designing private houses as a young architect, Jacobsen wins his first public project to modernise the beach at Bellevue
- 1935 Completes the groundbreaking Bellavista apartment blocks, now regarded as a classic of the Danish modern movement, in Klampenborg
- 1935 Designs the controversial Stelling Hus building in Copenhagen
- 1943 Begins two years of wartime exile in Sweden where he concentrates on textile and wallpaper design and a summer house for two doctors
- 1945 Returns to Denmark in peacetime to spend several years working on housing and schools.
- 1950 Starts a five year project to design the Søholm series of houses in Klampenborg, which mark the start of a looser, more experimental phase.
- 1951 Inspired by Charles and Ray Eames’ furniture, Jacobsen designs the moulded plywood Ant Chair, later refined into
- 1955’s best-selling Series 7.
- 1956 Designs two upholstered chairs – the Egg and Swan – for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen as well as the stainless steel cutlery later chosen by Stanley Kubrick as a prop in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- 1960 Wins the commission to design St Catherine’s College, Oxford. He insists on designing the fixtures, fittings and garden as well as the buildings.
- 1961 SAS Royal Hotel opens in Copenhagen as the apogee of Jacobsen’s ambition to design a building in its entirety down to the smallest fixtures.
- 1964 The futuristic Belvedere Restaurant opens in Hannover above an early 18th century garden. Jacobsen begins a three year collaboration with Stelton, run by his foster son Peter Holmblad, on the Cylinda Line cocktail kit
- 1966 Jacobsen wins the competition to design the new National Bank of Denmark headquarters in Copenhagen. Construction continues after his death with the building opening in 1978.
- 1971 Arne Jacobsen dies in Copenhagen