Arne Jacobsen 1902–1971
Rare Arne Jacobsen Mid century dinning set:
- 4 mosquito Munkegaard chairs. (Model 3105)
- Circular dining table (Model 3600)
This model 3600 table is fitted with chromed steel legs and a veneered teak tabletop.
Designed in 1952-1953.
Produced by Fritz Hansen, 1960s.
Chairs: H. 78 x 48 cm SH 44 cm
Table: Ø 120 cm. H. 69.5 cm.
Acquired from the first owner.
All in a good vintage condition.
Zeer mooie set van Arne Jacobsen geproduceerd door Fritz Hansen.
4 Mosquito Munkegaard stoelen. (Model 3105)
+ Ronde eettafel (Model 3600) ontworpen in 1952-53 en geproduceerd door Fritz Hansen in de jaren 60.
Zowel de stoelen als de tafel bevinden zich in een mooie vintage staat.
Aangekocht van de eerste eigenaar.
Did you know
Born in Copenhagen in 1902, Arne Jacobsen apprenticed as a bricklayer before studying architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of the Arts. In 1925, he participated in the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and subsequently travelled to Germany. During this formative trip, he came under the influence of Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Prior to World War II, Jacobsen designed a number of private and public buildings in Denmark and, in the process, helped to formulate what would eventually be called the Danish Modern style.
Danish cabinetmaker Fritz Hansen founded his eponymous furniture manufacturing company with his son Christian in Copenhagen in 1885. The first three decades were dedicated to hand-making wood and iron frames for upholstered furniture. In 1915, however, Christian began to introduce industrial processes, such as steam-bending wood, which enabled the family business to mass-produce at a larger scale.