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Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery specializes in rare, original works of Danish furniture that were created during 1920-70, when a circle
of craftsmen, architects and designers erased the distinction between works of art and functional equipment for everyday life.
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Visiting Copenhagen this summer? Take time to visit the Royal Library, Den Sorte Diamant, which shows a retrospective exhibition of the late Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen (1920 – 2013). The exhibition, Finding Beauty, presents the different parts of Helmer-Petersen’s oeuvre. Seven decades of photography, manifesting sublime elegance and great aesthetics. Helmer-Petersen photographed furniture as well,…Read more...
Vilhelm Lauritzen (1894 – 1984) graduated as architect in 1921 and established his own office in 1928. Alongside his work with buildings as the first airport terminal in Copenhagen, the National Broadcasting House and the Royal Danish Embassy in Washington, USA, he did several furniture and lighting design. Organic shapes are used in both furniture…Read more...
The Danish furniture designers Frits Schlegel, Finn Juhl, Mogens Lassen and Arne Jacobsen studied architecture and became architects. Later Finn Juhl described himself as architect and self-taught designer. In Gentofte, north of Copenhagen, these four villas by the above mentioned architects document the Danish Modernism. The Schlegel and Lassen villas are build in concrete -the…Read more...