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Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen is one of Denmark's most famous architects and designers, who helped to introduce modernism in Denmark and has an international reputation for his many furniture designs.

Arne Jacobsen broke through in 1929, when he and his friend Arkitekt Flemming Lassen designed the House of the Future for the Architect Exhibition's Building and Housing Exhibition in Forum, Copenhagen.

Up through the fifties he designed some of the most famous and iconic furniture for which he is known. Mention may be made of the ant, the seven, the egg, the drop and the swan.

Arne Jacobsen also drew lamps, cutlery, door handles, textiles and wallpaper, which in the original editions are not just icons but can also be extremely expensive collectibles.

Hans J. Wegner

Hans Wegner was trained as a carpenter in 1931. He then studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen from 1936 to 1938.

From 1940 to 1943 he was employed by Arne Jacobsen to design the furniture for Aarhus City Hall.

After that, Wegner worked as a freelance architect and designer with many furniture manufacturers and was very productive. He designed close to 500 chairs in his career, many of which are described as masterpieces. Among other things. The Y-chair, the teddy bear chair, the bull, the "cigar" and the flag line chair.

Kai Kristiansen

Kai Kristiansen was trained as a cabinetmaker in 1949, after which he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts where Kaare Klint taught.

In 1955, Kai Kristiansen started his own design studio and began collaborating with many Danish furniture manufacturers.

Many of Kai Kristiansen's furniture is very popular today and has become coveted collectibles. These include Model 31, Model 42, the beautiful model 54 and not least the ever-popular FM shelving system.

Borge Mogensen

Børge Mogensen was apprenticed as a cabinetmaker in 1934. From 1936 to 1942 he was apprenticed as a furniture architect at the Artisan School's Furniture Academy.

Børge Mogensen was employed at Kaare Klint's and Mogens Kold's design studios from 1938 to 1942.

In 1942, he started as head of FDB`s furniture design studio, where he helped put Danish Design on the World Map.

Børge Mogensen's furniture is much loved and has become synonymous with the best in Danish design classics. Many of Børge Mogensen's furniture is still in production. Here you can e.g. mention "J39 Folkestolen", Den Spanske stol and Jagtstolen.