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March 16 - 24 Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery will take part in TEFAF, Maastricht, displaying a selection of Nordic historic design.
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Pair of Oxford Chairs

Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) designed these tall-backed chairs for St. Catherines College in Oxford in 1962. The chair was designed for the high table in the dining hall, where the tall back helped emphasize the dons’ authority over the students who originally sat on benches without backs. Jacobsen designed the building as well and the wooden surface of the chair corresponds to...
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Innovation

Danish architect Finn Juhl (1912 - 1989) the master of organic and innovative furniture, is known as one of the leading designers of the 20th century. In the 1940s he broke with the established furniture tradition and designed a number of expressive and sculptural creations that regenerated Danish furniture design and paved the way for the international recognition of modernist...
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Nordic Winter

January has come with cold winter days and interiors are completed with warm light and soft materials. Table lamps adding a soft light and multi-colored woven rugs complete the feeling of warmth and comfort. The almost total absence of daylight during the winter months made the Nordic designers emphasize on well-being and tactility when making pieces for daily use. The...
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Michael Anastassiades for Dansk Møbelkunst

When designing a new line of furniture for Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery Michael Anastassiades chose Oregon Pine. “I like the quality of pine, its honesty,” he says. “We used it in a kind of solid state and aimed for a very linear result in the texture of the wood. Pine is obviously not as art-associated as wood types like mahogany, or...
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Looking Back

2018 was a year with a full exhibition calendar for Dansk Møbelkunst. Among the places the gallery showed selected Nordic design were TEFAF, Maastricht and New York, The Salon, New York, Design Miami, Basel and CHART DESIGN, in Copenhagen. We begin 2019 with inspiration from last year.  
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