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Arkitekten Finn Juhl


Esbjørn Hiort

Finn Juhl (1912-1989) was one of Danish furniture art’s most original designers. He gained world fame with his furnishings for the United Nations headquarters and through his international exhibitions. At the Triennale in Milan in the 1950s he received no less than five gold medals and it was during these years that he won international fame for his furniture. As a space artist, Finn Juhl achieved worldwide fame with his interiors for the UN headquarters in New York, and as an exhibition architect he was the man behind the large exhibitions of Danish applied art abroad, which created the term “Danish Design”.


Author: Esbjørn Hiort
30,6 x 24,5 cm / 12 x 9,6 in
Cover: Hardcover
Pages: 144
Publication date: 1990
Published by: The Danish Architectural Press
ISBN: English 9788774074045
Price:  $30

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Esbjørn Hiort


Finn Juhl was first and foremost famous for his furniture. In the 1940s, he broke with the established furniture tradition and designed a number of creations that regenerated Danish furniture design.

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