Finn Juhl (1912-1989) was a valued architect who especially dedicated his work to the interaction between furniture and living spaces. He was ground breaking as a furniture designer and was part of the revolution that went through Danish design in the middle of the last century. He got his breakthrough in USA by designing the interior of the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations headquarters in 1951. Together with Arne Jakobsen and Poul Kjærholm he showed the way for the branding of Danish Design abroad under the name “Danish Modern”.
The exhibition is produces in cooperation with One Collection, who represents Finn Juhl furniture and Interior design ideas abroad and is a celebration of the man called “the father of Danish design”.
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