Erik Buck is somewhat of a mystery figure – only thing we known for sure is that his industrial design creations are distinctly Scandinavian, combining smooth wooden foundations with fabric and leather in an organic and functional design.
To be more precise, Buck was a Danish interior and industrial designer, who created a number of commercial furniture pieces, such as the Model 61 Bar stool (1961) and the Model 49 dining chair (1949), both produced at Oddense Maskinsnedkeri (later renamed O.D. Møbler). Another fine example is the Model 310 dining chair (ca. 1956/57), produced at Chr. Christensens Møbelfabrik.