As a teacher of the Vienna Arts-and-Crafts School, Koloman Moser (1868–1918) continued to expand his contacts with Austrian manufacturers and producers. Aside from taking on private commissions for individual interior designs, Moser also was a consultant to some of these companies, supplying them with designs that made them representatives of Viennese modernism. For example, he designed various pieces of seating furniture and other furnishings in line with modernist standards for the bentwood furniture manufacturer J. & J. Kohn. Moser would work with the J. & J. Kohn company until 1906. The collaboration resulted in the creation of numerous pieces of modern furniture using the bentwood technique, including the Salon Cabinet or the Armchair.