Danish architect Finn Juhl (1912–1989) is regarded as one of the greatest furniture designers of the 20th century. He was a pioneer figure within Danish furniture design and the Danish Modern movement, along with Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjærholm, and Børge Mogensen.
The house, now open to the public was designed and built by Finn Juhl as a young architect in 1942, is a unique example of Danish modernism for both architecture, furniture design and the visual arts.
Home of Finn Juhl, Ordrup, Denmark, through 31 August, 2008
Ben van Berkel’s design for Walter Knoll stands out from the plethora of items like it because of the introduction of the zipper as design facet. A series of components can literally be zipped (and then unzipped) together in varying configurations.
Circle Seating, $14,500, by Ben van Berkel, for Walter Knoll
The Iris Table, constructed to resemble its moniker, is made from slightly different shades of anodized aluminum components.
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Iris Table, by BarberOsgerby, for Established and Sons
A rotational moulded nylon or polyethylene armchair.
Kloe by Marco Acerbis, for Desalto
This Paper Birdie prototype differs from the production model; later examples feature a thin, upholstered cushion and a chromed underside. Sold with certificate of origin signed by Flip Sellin.
Prototype Paper Birdie chaiser, $4200, by Flip Sellin at Wright Gallery
Chris Adamick – Audio,
Lievore Altherr Molina – Celon,
PearsonLloyd – Coast, for Bernhardt Design