Arne Jacobsen

Considering himself first and foremost an architect, Arne Jacobsen designed and built some of the most impressive modernist buildings in Denmark and Germany. In the process of creating these spaces, however, he designed some of the most iconic seating and lighting pieces of the 20th century.  Partnering with Fritz Hansen and Louis Poulsen, Jacobsen made pieces that would compliment and complete the space he had designed. Jacobsen's legacy lives on in some of the most prominent pieces of architecture in Eastern Europe and iconic seating designs of his time. 
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