- FINN JUHL/SOFA BO46
Product number: VT043
Designer name: Finn Juhl
Manufacturer name: One Collection
Year of design: 1946
Production number: BO46
BO46 designed by Finn Juhl in 1946.
It is said to have been influenced by Jean Arp and Henry Moore, and features a sculptural organic form that is also a feature of Finn Juhl in the 40's.
All parts are constructed with beautiful curves, and it is a masterpiece where you can feel Finn Juhl's commitment to curvaceousness everywhere.
This is a reprint made by One Collection.
Finn Juhl (Denmark, 1912-1989) /About Finn Juhl
When he was young, Finn Juhl wanted to be an art historian, but his father objected, so he enrolled in the architecture department of the Royal Academy of Arts.
In 1937, at the age of 25, he exhibited for the first time at an exhibition of the Furniture Craftsmen's Union. I designed a chair that will be a representative work. In 1942, he built his own house in Orlopgaard, north of Copenhagen, where he lived surrounded by furniture and daily necessities of his own design.
In the 1950s, he expanded his field of activity to the United States, and became known internationally, such as by working on the interior and furniture design of the Trusteeship Council meeting room in the United Nations headquarters building. He is also active as an architect and interior designer in a wide range of fields, including the interior design of Scandinavian Airlines offices and passenger aircraft, and the design of exhibition halls that introduce Danish design held around the world.