Design by Finn Juhl
Made in Denmark by France & Søn
Finn Juhl began his design career at the office of architect Vilhelm Lauritzen, where he was responsible for much of the interior design of Danmarks Radio’s Radio Building, before establishing his own practice for furniture design. Juhl began producing furniture with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder in 1937, and his prominence continued to grow. He participated in the “Good Design” exhibition in Chicago in 1951, and won five gold medals at the Milan Triennale in the 1950s.
His work also included numerous assignments in interior design. Shortly after opening his own office, he received several commissions to do interior design at some of the premier addresses in Copenhagen, including the building now housing Royal Copenhagen in 1946. In 1951–52 he designed the Trusteeship Council Chamber in the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
Currently being repaired. Inquire about reupholstery options. Price includes reupholstery in new black leather.
Dimensions: 19″W | 18″D | 30″H | Seat 18″H
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