Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur

Mobilier de salle à manger en teck. Design Danois des années 1960. ENFILADE à 4 portes coulissantes, les deux centrales ouvrent sur deux grandes étagères à doucine, celle de droite sur trois plateaux coulissants tapissés de velours, et celle de gauche sur un tiroir à deux fonds en partie haute et une tablette courte MANQUANTE. Cette partie servait de bar. Sur quatre superbes pieds détachés légèrement courbes. Marquée à la craie Samcom et numérotée, sous et derrière le meuble. 83 x 256 x 50 cm. Bon état: une trace d’eau sur le dessus vers la gauche. Légères griffures et rayures. Petit éclat du placage dans un coin d’une des portes du milieu. Manque la tablette courte de l’espace à gauche. Photos de détails supplémentaires sur simple demande. Enlèvement sur place axe PLM, proche sortie d’autoroute Mâcon sur l’A6. Finn Juhl (né le 30 janvier 1912 à Frederiksberg mort le 17 mai 1989 à Ordrup) est un architecte et un très grand designer danois du 20° siècle. Il est connu pour le style expressif, sculptural et particulièrement esthétique de ses meubles. Il a conçu au long de sa carrière de nombreuses pièces qui aujourdhui encore séduisent les amoureux du design scandinave. Le fauteuil Chieftain ou n°P4-107 dessiné en 1949 est un siège intemporel. Finn Juhl est né au Danemark en 1912. Il étudie larchitecture à lAcadémie Royale de Copenhague et surprend très vite par son style unique. Par la suite, il travaille durant dix années pour lentreprise Vilhelm Lauritzen. Il fonde en 1945 son studio de design et conçoit de nombreux meubles. Parallèlement à cela, sa notoriété saccroit dans son pays et même ailleurs. En 1961, il devient ainsi célèbre Outre Atlantique grâce à la conception dune salle de conférence au siège des Nations Unies. Au cours de cette même époque, le designer sera récompensé par 5 médailles dor lors de la Triennale de Milan. Diverses expositions ont mis en avant lincroyable travail de Finn Juhl, dont une rétrospective au Musée dart et de design danois en 1982. Finn Juhl (30 January 1912 17 May 1989) was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer, most known for his furniture design. He was one of the leading figures in the creation of « Danish design » in the 1940s and he was the designer who introduced Danish Modern to America. Finn Juhl was born on 30 January 1912 to an authoritarian father who was a textile wholesaler representing several English, Scottish and Swiss textile manufacturers in Denmark, and a mother who died shortly after he was born. From an early age he wanted to become an art historian, already as a teenager spending much time at the National Gallery and in spite of his young age receiving permission to borrow books at the library of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, but his father disapproved his aspirations which he considered flimsy and convinced him instead to pursue a career in architecture. He was admitted to the Architecture School at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts where from 1930 to 1934 he studied under Kay Fisker, a leading architect of his day and noted lecturer. After graduating, Juhl worked for ten years at Vilhelm Lauritzen’s architectural firm, where he had also apprenticed as a student. In close collaboration with Viggo Boesen, Lauritzen’s closest, Juhl was responsible for much of the interior design of the national Danish broadcaster Danmarks Radio’s Radio Building, one of the firm’s most high-profile assignments during those years. In 1943 he received the C. Hansen prize for young architects. Finn Juhl furniture at Design Museum Denmark. In 1945 he left Vilhelm Lauritzen’s company and set up his own design practice, in Nyhavn in Copenhagen, specializing in interior and furniture design. However, his work in furniture design began earlier than that. Juhl made his debut in 1937 when he commenced a collaboration with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder which would continue until 1959 and exhibited at the Cabinetmakers’Guild Exhibitions, the 11th of its kind. Therefore, his early chairs were originally produced in small numbers, eighty at most, because the Guild-shows emphasized the work of the artisan over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career. The Guild Exhibitions were an important venue for the young designers who sought to renew Danish design, turning their backs on the traditional historicist styles, heavy and with ornaments and plush, instead creating modern furniture which fitted the new trends in architecture. The projects was highly controversial and Juhl’s first work met much criticism. His Pelican chair, designed in 1939 and first produced in 1940, was described as a « tired walrus » and « aesthetics in the worst possible sense of the word ». In spite of the initial criticism, Juhl’s work began to influence the style of homes abroad throughout the 40s. In Denmark, however, his popularity did not reach that of his peers, Børge Mogensen and Hans Wegner, who were less radical in their designs and relied more on Kaare Klint, leader of the furniture school at the Academy and the nestor of modern Danish furniture design. In 1948 Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. Leader of the Department for Industrial Design at Merchandise Mart in New York, toured Scandinavia. He intentionally did not visit only the big Scandinavian exhibitions, but being impressed by Juhl’s work he presented it in a large article in the Interiors magazine. In 1951 he participated in the Good Design exhibition in Chicago. In connection with the show he was quoted in Interiors for stating that « One cannot create happiness with beautiful objects, but one can spoil quite a lot of happiness with bad ones ». The work he did for them24 pieces including chairs, tables, storage units, sideboards and desksrepresented his first successful marriage of modern mass production to his traditionally high craft standards. At the Milan Triennale in the 50s, he won a total of five gold medals, further adding to his international reputation. During this decade he continued to design more specifically for the mass market than had been the case in the 40s. Juhl also designed refrigerators for General Electric, glassware, ceramics, a line of furniture for the Baker Furniture Company of Holland, Michigan, and was the interior designer for the United Nations Trusteeship Council Chamber in New York City. In the’60s and’70s he experienced a declining interest in his designs. In the’80s and’90s the interest resurged. In 2000 Finn Juhl’s widow Hanne Wilhelm Hansen passed on the rights to his designs to the company Onecollection. In 2010 one of his sofas, the 57 Sofa, relaunched by Onecollection, won a Wallpaper Design Award in the Best reissue/sofa design category. Today, the company Onecollection has changed their brand name to House of Finn Juhl. The company has a growing collection of Finn Juhl’s designs, which today counts more than 40 relaunched pieces. L’item « Finn JUHL 1912-89 Enfilade Teck Design Danois Scandinave 1960 SAMCOM éditeur » est en vente depuis le jeudi 27 septembre 2018. Il est dans la catégorie « Art, antiquités\Meubles, décoration du XXe\Design du XXe siècle\Meubles de rangement ». Le vendeur est « luckylukecollectibles » et est localisé à/en Davayé, Bourgogne. Cet article peut être expédié au pays suivant: France.
 

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