Arne Jacobsen, a famous Danish architect and designer was born on February 11, 1902 in Helsinki Copenhagen, Denmark. He was also known as Arne Jacobsen. He is considered as one of the fathers of Danish modern design. His work reflects both modern and contemporary style.
Arne Jacobsen philosophy
Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as an architect and as a designer. The main features of his work are noted for his sense of proportion.
According to Arne Jacobsen:
"I based my work on a need: what chairs are needed? I found that people needed a new type of chair for the small kitchen dinettes that are found in most new building today, a little, light, and inexpensive chair. At the same time, I made one that can also be used in lunchrooms, as a stacking chair. It can be stacked by inserting the chairs into one another, consequently saving both time and energy."
He believes that a design should at first incarcerate the awareness of the audience and then seeks to join the beauty, practicality and function, qualities rarely achieved in unison.
Today Arne Jacobsen is mainly remembered for his furniture designs. Some important design by him are:
- 3300 chair
- Ant chair
- Dot chair
- Grand prix chair
- The Egg and the Swan
- TABLE SERIES
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