Arne Jacobsen (born February 11, 1902 in Copenhagen, † March 24, 1971) is considered the most important international architect and designer of Denmark in the 20th century. His design works were influenced by Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus. His work reflects his perfectionism. He should have worked almost permanently. Recovery was for him to be creative in other areas.Arne Jacobsen has created the following milestone:Molded wood chair 3107
Chair 3107 stackable by Bauhaus designer Arne Jacobsen 1955 made of molded plywood with bended seat and back on steel chromed legs. The chair is stackable. Choice either in natural beech wood, or cherry stained wood, or in different colors lacquered wood.
Egg armchair w. Ottoman developed 1958 by the Bauhaus designer Arne Jacobsen for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The unique process of the organic-looking chair contains non straight lines but is composed exclusively of curves. The backrest is also exceptionally high. It is imensionally stable made of fiberglass and with foam filling. The chair is...
Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen 1958 designed for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The unique process of the organic-looking chair contains non straight lines but is composed exclusively of curves. The backrest is also exceptionally high. It is imensionally stable made of fiberglass and with foam filling. It is rotatable and tiltable.
Foot stool for Egg chair by designer Arne Jacobsen 1958. It was developed for the Roayal Hotel in Copenhagen together with the famous Egg chair. The stool can be used as a separate sitting unit. The seat shell is made of dimensionally stable fiberglass, the base is in polished aluminum. Upholstery in fabric or high quality leather.
Swan chair was designed 1958 by Arne Jacobsen for Royal Hotel Radisson in Copenhagen. It is one of the most popular furniture its time. Turnable, technologically innovative, with elegant shape. It is very popular in hotel lobbys and bars. The "Swan" is one of Arne Jacobsen’s most recognised pieces and has made many film and TV appearances.