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Arne Jacobsen

(Denmark, 1902-1971)
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.
Arne Jacobsen, a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.

a cognac coloured leather "Drop chair", Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1964.

Copper legs, marked with label FH MADE IN DENMARK 0864 BY FRITZ HANSEN, seat height 43 cm, height 85 cm.

Minor wear and stains. Label later

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

100 000 - 150 000 SEK

9 380 - 14 100 EUR

8 990 - 13 500 USD

Hammer price: 
Unsold
Saleroom notice

Senare etikett, later label. Omklädd, sannolikt ompatinerade ben. Re-upholstered, probably re-patinated legs.

Literature

Carsten Thau, Kjeld Vindum "Arne Jacobsen", Arkitektens Förlag, 1998, p 139, 432, 439.
P E Töjner, "Arne Jacobsen Architect & Designer," Dansk Design Center, 1996, p 70.
Noritsugu Oda, "Danish Chairs", Korinsha Press, 1996, p 61.

More information

The easy chair "The Drop" was one of the designs by Arne Jacobsen specifically designed for SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1958.
There were about 40 Drop Chairs upholstered in brown leather for the Bistro.
Each of the 200 rooms in the hotel had a Drop Chair upholstered in a blue fabric.

Designer

Arne Jacobsen is one of Denmark's most famous and prominent furniture designers and architects. Between 1924 and 1927, he studied at the "Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole" in Copenhagen and was later employed at Paul Holsoe's architectural office.
Jacobsen is considered one of the leading representatives of functionalism; he believed that architecture and interior design should work together and complement each other. Several famous Danish architects and designers began their careers at Jacobsen, including Hans Wegner. Jacobsen also collaborated with Fritz Hansen and created the iconic design classics "The Ant", "The Egg", "The Seven", "The Swan", the 3300 series, and the AJ lamps. He has also designed cutlery for Georg Jensen.

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