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Design Finn Juhl
Manufacturer House of Finn Juhl
Made in Denmark
Dimensions L 180cm x D 70cm x H 78cm x SH 40cm
Colour & Materiality Frame: Walnut or oak; Upholstery: Fabric or leather
Designed in 1953, Model 137 is also called the Japanese Model as it is inspired by Miajima water gate off the coast of Hiroshima. This series consists of an armchair, a footstool and a sofa which is able to seat two or three people.
Made in a very lovely finish with hand-sewn upholstery and frame in walnut or oak. It is low and at the same time extremely comfortable.
As one of the leading figures in twentieth century furniture design, Finn Juhl is responsible for introducing North America to the Danish Modern movement through his work on the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Originally trained as an architect, he began creating furniture for himself in the 1930's and soon gained widespread recognition for his organic forms and expressive treatment of wood, often taking the material past the limits of what was thought possible. Thinking with the mindset of a sculptor, his ambition was to design furniture with movement and life.