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  • 1. #1 #1
  • 2. CONTENTPage 5 I PrefacePage 6 I Business Fashion and Lifestyle Healthcare Finance and Business Page 52 I Culture Cultural Facilities Government Buildings Public BuildingsPage 96 I Hospitality Hotels and RestaurantsPage 127 I Credits
  • 3. PREFACEAt Fritz Hansen we are proud to be represented in manyof the architectural wonders and some of the most beautifulbuildings of the world. Architects have always been, andcontinue to be, an essential part of the history of Fritz Hansen.And we are constantly doing our best to renew ourselves andto find new shapes and materials that we hope will inspirearchitects today and many years ahead.At Fritz Hansen we have, as this book’s many exampleswill show, furniture to suit virtually any building in anyculture, regardless of the function of the building. Business,Culture and Hospitality – Fritz Hansen furniture are makingstatements in all industries covering both aesthetical andfunctional needs.We hope you will be inspired by this architectural tour ofa world furnished by Fritz Hansen.
  • 4. business
  • 5. 8 I FASHION AND LIFESTYLEmaking statements inFASHION AND LIFESTYLEBang & Olufsen, Struer, Denmark by KHR ArchitectsPK22 and PK61 by Poul Kjærholm
  • 6. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 11 Bang & Olufsen, Struer, Denmark by KHR Architects Series 7 by Arne JacobsenBang & OlufsenHeadquartersThe Bang & Olufsen headquarters isa minimalist yet poetic building thatarticulates the gentle nuances of thesurrounding landscape. Poul Kjærholm’sPK22s and Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7have been chosen to add warm notesand a human touch to the minimalismof the building.Bang & Olufsen has a long historyof elegant, user-friendly design andthe task of KHR Architects was toproject these values into the newcorporate headquarters. The result isan architectural fantasy of what a Bang& Olufsen television set might looklike if it were a building. The Series 7and PK22s look like they were madeexclusively for the place - as they showhow the simplest shapes possible cansometimes be the best images ofhuman warmth.
  • 7. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 13leftBisazza showroom, Paris, Franceby Carlo Dal BiancoEgg by Arne JacobsenRIGHTBisazza showroom, Paris, Franceby Carlo Dal BiancoSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 8. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 15left10CorsoComo, Milan, Italyby Carla Sozzani and Kris RuhsSwan and foot stool by Arne JacobsenRIGHTREFERENCE AUDIO, St. Petersburg, Russiaby Aleksey PanchenkoSwan by Arne Jacobsen
  • 9. 16 I FASHION AND LIFESTYLE FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 17 HOLLY GOLIGHTLY, Copenhagen, Denmark by Marlene Bernth PK80 by Poul Kjærholm
  • 10. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 19leftMenu A/S, Fredensborg, Denmarkby Pernille Vea, Pil Bredahl andLovorika BanonicAnt by Arne JacobsenRIGHTLouis Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmarkby PLH ArchitectsIce chair and Ice table by Kasper Salto
  • 11. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 21Illum / The Lounge, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Glahn & JäpeltLounge chair, Satellite table andPouff by Piero Lissoni
  • 12. 22 I FASHION AND LIFESTYLE FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 23 left Wallpaper, London, United Kingdom by W. E. Hunt PK22 by Poul Kjærholm RIGHT Selma Citispa+, Stockholm, Sweden by Gert Wingårdh Swan by Arne Jacobsen and Satellite table by Piero Lissoni
  • 13. 24 I FASHION AND LIFESTYLE FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 25 left COIN, Milan, Italy by Monica Armani Swan by Arne Jacobsen RIGHT COIN, Milan, Italy by Monica Armani Series 7 bar stool, Egg and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 14. FASHION AND LIFESTYLE I 27leftLuna Rossa / Prada, Valencia, Spainby Renzo PianoSeries 7 bar stool by Arne JacobsenRIGHTLuna Rossa / Prada, Valencia, Spainby Renzo PianoSeries 3300 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 15. 28 I HEALTHCAREmaking statements inHEALTHCARESenri Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan by SamuraiSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen and Superellipse table by Arne Jacobsen, Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson
  • 16. 30 I HEALTHCARE HEALTHCARE I 31 left Senri Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan by Samurai Swan and circular table by Arne Jacobsen RIGHT Senri Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan by Samurai Egg and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 17. HEALTHCARE I 33leftFRAUENKLINIK bern, Switzerlandby Bétrix & ConsolascioEgg by Arne JacobsenRIGHTRoche, Basel, Switzerlandby Herzog & de MeuronSwan and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 18. 34 I finance and businessmaking statements infinance and businessInterpolis, Tilburg, Holland by Rietveld Architects LLP New YorkEgg by Arne Jacobsen
  • 19. finance and business I 37leftScottish Re, London, United Kingdomby M Moser AssociatesSwan by Arne Jacobsen and Lounge chairby Piero LissoniRIGHTScottish Re, London, United Kingdomby M Moser AssociatesEgg by Arne JacobsenNEXT PAGENykredit, Copenhagen, Denmarkby schmidt hammer lassenIce chair by Kasper Salto and Plano tableby Pelikan Design
  • 20. finance and business I 41leftIBM, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmarkby Jørgen BoAnt by Arne Jacobsen and rectangular table byArne Jacobsen, Piet Hein and Bruno MathssonRIGHTNordea, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Henning Larsen ArchitectsEgg by Arne JacobsenNEXT PAGEErnst & Young, Paris, Franceby Conceptua ArchitectsEgg by Arne Jacobsen
  • 21. finance and business I 45leftPiHl, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmarkby KHR ArchitectsPK22 and PK61 by Poul KjærholmRIGHTUnilever, Hamburg, Germanyby Helmut Hentrich and HPP - ArchitektenEgg, Swan and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 22. finance and business I 47leftAozora bank Nihonbashi Branch, Japanby Tange AssociatesSeries 7, Swan and circular table by ArneJacobsen and Lounge chair, coffee tableand 3-seater sofa by Piero LissoniRIGHTDeloitte, Copenhagen, Denmarkby 3XNEgg and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 23. 48 I finance and business finance and business I 49 left SEB, Stockholm, Sweden by Ivar Tengbom Swan by Arne Jacobsen RIGHT SEB, Stockholm, Sweden by Ivar Tengbom Egg by Arne Jacobsen
  • 24. 50 I finance and business finance and business I 51 left statoilhydro, Bergen, Norway by 4B Arkitekter Ice chair by Kasper Salto and Plano table by Pelikan Design RIGHT TELENOR, Oslo, Norway by NBBJ - HUS - PKA Ant by Arne Jacobsen and Plano table by Pelikan Design
  • 25. culture
  • 26. 54 I culturAl facilitiesmaking statements inculturAl facilitiesTHE NATIONAL ART CENTER, Tokyo, Japan by Kisho Kurokawa Architect and AssociatesSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 27. culturAl facilities I 57 left THE NATIONAL ART CENTER, Tokyo, Japan by Kisho Kurokawa Architect and Associates Ice chair and Ice table by Kasper Salto BELOW THE NATIONAL ART CENTER, Tokyo, Japan by Kisho Kurokawa Architect and Associates Egg, Swan and circular table by Arne JacobsenThe National Art Center NEXT page The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USAThe National Art Center in Tokyo shows by Edward Durrell Stone and Phillip L. Goodwingreat exhibitions of contemporary art. PK80 by Poul KjærholmIt is also a contemporary museum inthe sense that the art is part of a biggerpicture of beautiful spaces and greatdining. A selection of Fritz Hansen’sgreatest classics have been chosen tocreate a variety of spaces for resting,dining and socializing.There are more than 800 Fritz Hansenchairs in The National Art Center.Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 in darknatural leather in the restaurant showhow furniture can create a zone ofcalming luxury in a grand futuristicspace. Kasper Salto’s Ice chairs call fora more informal snack break while PoulKjærholm’s PK80s are discreet podiumsfor the tired art lover. The choice offurniture creates a variety of comfortzones in the bravely futuristic building.
  • 28. culturAl facilities I 61leftThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, USAby Edward Durrell Stone and Phillip GoodwinSeries 7 and square table by Arne JacobsenRIGHTLouisiana, Humlebæk, Denmarkby Jørgen Bo and Vilhelm WohlertIce chair by Kasper Salto
  • 29. culturAl facilities I 63leftConcert hall Holstebro, Denmarkby Kjær & RichterPK22 and PK61 by Poul KjærholmRIGHTConcert hall Holstebro, Denmarkby Kjær & RichterSwan and Series 3300 by Arne Jacobsenand rectangular table by Arne Jacobsen,Piet Hein and Bruno MathssonNEXT PAGEThe Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Wilhelm DahlerupSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 30. culturAl facilities I 67leftTHE Spant! theatre, Bussum, Hollandby Mars Interieur ArchitectenSwan and circular table by Arne JacobsenRIGHTThe Spant! theatre, Bussum, Hollandby Mars Interieur ArchitectenSeries 7, Series 7 bar stool by Arne Jacobsenand extension table by Arne Jacobsen, Piet Heinand Bruno MathssonNEXT PAGEStatens Museum for Kunst - The danishnational gallery, Copenhagen, Denmarkby C.F. Møller ArchitectsSpace lounge chair and coffee tableby Jehs+Laub and Series 7 bar stoolby Arne Jacobsen
  • 31. culturAl facilities I 71leftStatens Museum for Kunst - The danishnational gallery, Copenhagen, Denmarkby C.F. Møller ArchitectsIce chair by Kasper Salto and Plano tableby Pelikan DesignRIGHTStatens Museum for Kunst - The danishnational gallery, Copenhagen,Denmark by C.F. Møller ArchitectsVicoduo chair by Vico Magistretti andPlano table by Pelikan DesignNEXT PAGEVictoria & Albert Museum, London,United Kingdom by Muma Ltd.Ant by Arne Jacobsen
  • 32. culturAl facilities I 75leftVictoria & Albert Museum, London,United Kingdom by Muma Ltd.Series 7 by Arne JacobsenRIGHTSanoma Corporation, Helsinki, Finlandby Sarc architects LtdAnt by Arne Jacobsen and Plano tableby Pelikan Design
  • 33. culturAl facilities I 77leftConcert hall Aarhus, Denmarkby Kjær & RichterIce chair by Kasper Salto andsquare table by Arne JacobsenRIGHTrtl-tv1, Brussels, Belgiumby Christian LorbatIce chair and Ice table by Kasper Salto
  • 34. 78 I government buildingsmaking statements ingovernment buildingsNew Palatinate, St. Gallen, Switzerland by Santiago CalatravaVicoduo chair by Vico Magistretti
  • 35. government buildings I 81lefTNordic Embassies / The Pan Nordic Building,Berlin, Germany by Berger+ Parkkinen ArkitektenSwan by Arne Jacobsen andPK61 by Poul KjærholmrighTNordic Embassies / The Pan Nordic Building,Berlin, Germany by Berger+ Parkkinen ArkitektenSwan by Arne Jacobsen andPK61 by Poul KjærholmNEXT PAGEThe Senned, Cardiff, United Kingdomby Enric MirallesSeries 3300 by Arne Jacobsen andSuperellipse table by Arne Jacobsen,Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson
  • 36. government buildings I 85leftThe Senned, Cardiff, United Kingdomby Enric MirallesSeries 3300 by Arne Jacobsen andSuperellipse table by Arne Jacobsen,Piet Hein and Bruno MathssonRIGHTThe Senned, Cardiff, United Kingdomby Enric MirallesSwan and circular table by Arne Jacobsen
  • 37. 86 I public buildingsmaking statements inpublic buildingsOTEMON GAKUIN UNIVERSITY, Osaka, Japan by Obayashi CorporationSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen and extension table by Arne Jacobsen, Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson
  • 38. public buildings I 89leftNational College for School Leadership,Nottingham, United Kingdomby Hopkins ArchitectsEgg, Swan and circular tableby Arne JacobsenRIGHTIlimmarfik University Park, Nuuk, Greenlandby KHR ArchitectsAnt by Arne Jacobsen
  • 39. public buildings I 91leftOsaka UniversitY OF ARTS, Japanby Taisei CorporationSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen and rectangulartable by Arne Jacobsen, Piet Hein andBruno MathssonRIGHTGreenland Nature Institute, Nuuk, Greenlandby KHR ArchitectsAnt by Arne JacobsenNEXT PAGESanta Monica Public Library, USAby moore ruble yudellIce chair by Kasper Salto
  • 40. public buildings I 95leftKonan University, Kobe, Japanby Takenaka CorporationPK22 and PK61 by Poul KjærholmRIGHTHalmstad Library, Swedenby schmidt hammer lassenSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 41. hospitality
  • 42. 98 I hotels and restaurantsmaking statements inhotels and restaurantsClarion hotel Sign / conference Lounge, Stockholm, Sweden by Gert WingårdhAttitude lounge chair by Morten Voss and Satellite table by Piero Lissoni
  • 43. hotels and restaurants I 101 Left Clarion Hotel Sign, Conference, Stockholm, Sweden by Gert Wingårdh Series 7, square and rectangular table by Arne Jacobsen Right Clarion Hotel Sign, Aquavit Grill & raw bar, Stockholm, Sweden by Gert WingårdhCLARION HOTEL SIGN Series 7 bar stool, Lily, rectangular table by Arne Jacobsen and Plano bar table by Pelikan DesignAt the end of the 1950s, Arne next pageJacobsen designed the Royal Hotel Restaurant Geranium, Copenhagen, Denmarkin Copenhagen and every detail of by Erik Møller Architectsit from facade to furniture. Today, Lily by Arne Jacobsen50 years later, the Clarion HotelSign in Stockholm is another feat ofScandinavian design. This time aroundJacobsen’s great classics like the Eggand the Swan designed specificallyfor the Royal Hotel are in the companyof a stellar parade of Scandinaviandesigners. Clarion Hotel Sign is thelargest hotel in Stockholm and a tributeto Scandinavian modern design.Swedish architect Gert Wingårdhhas created a poignant modern shapefor the top-notch hotel and conferencefacilities that exude Scandinavianelegance down to the smallest detail.Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7, the Lilyand Morten Voss’ Attitude lend theirelegance to the restaurant andexecutive conference rooms.
  • 44. 104 I hotels and restaurants hotels and restaurants I 105 left TORANOMON TOWERS, Tokyo, Japan by Kajima Corporation Lounge chair and coffee table by Piero Lissoni RIGHT Cerulean Tower TOKYu hotel, Japan by Tokyu Sekkei Consultants Series 3300 by Arne Jacobsen next page First Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen, Denmark by Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter Decision by Pelikan Design and Little Friend by Kasper Salto
  • 45. hotels and restaurants I 109leftFirst Hotel Skt. Petri, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Vilhelm Lauritzen ArkitekterEgg, circular table by Arne Jacobsen,Little Friend by Kasper Salto and Decisionby Pelikan DesignRIGHTHilton Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Vilhelm Lauritzen ArkitekterEgg and Swan by Arne Jacobsen
  • 46. hotels and restaurants I 111leftROOM 606, Radisson SAS Royal Hotel,Copenhagen,Denmark by Arne JacobsenSwan, Egg, Drop, Series 3300 andrectangular table by Arne JacobsenRIGHTCOMME, Melbourne, Australiaby Phelan and GuthrieSeries 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 47. hotels and restaurants I 113Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Dublin, Irelandby Graven ImagesSwan by Arne JacobsenNEXT PAGERestaurant JACOBSEN, Klampenborg, Denmarkby Arne Jacobsen
  • 48. hotels and restaurants I 117Restaurant JACOBSEN, Klampenborg, Denmarkby Arne Jacobsen,Oxford, Series 7 and tables by Arne Jacobsen
  • 49. hotels and restaurants I 119Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Copenhagen,Denmark by Arne Jacobsen,Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen
  • 50. hotels and restaurants I 121leftRadisson SAS Royal Hotel, Copenhagen,Denmark by Arne JacobsenSwan and circular table by Arne JacobsenRIGHTThe Royal Cafe, Copenhagen, Denmarkby Lo Østergaard and Rud ChristiansenAnt bar stool by Arne Jacobsen
  • 51. hotels and restaurants I 123leftTetsuya’s Restaurant, Sydney, Australiaby May & Swan Architects Pty LtdSeries 7 by Arne JacobsenRIGHTSYDNEY OPERA HOUSE, Australiaby Jørn UtzonSwan by Arne Jacobsen
  • 52. hotels and restaurants I 125leftIcehotel, Jukkasjärvi, Swedenby Åke LarssonSeries 7 bar stool by Arne JacobsenRIGHTIcehotel, Jukkasjärvi, Swedenby Åke LarssonSeries 3300 by Arne Jacobsen andcoffee table and Pouff by Piero Lissoni
  • 53. CREDITSIb Sørensen Bang & Olufsen, page 9, 10, 11Federico Cedrone bisazza showroom, page 12,13Kim Ahm menu A/S, page 18egon gade Illum / The Lounge, page 20, 21Giorgio Possenti coin, page 24, 25Kim Zwarts interpolis, page 35Adam Mørk Deloitte, page 47HIROYUKI SATO THE NATIONAL ART CENTER, TOKYO, PAGE 55, 56, 57Skovdal og skovdal fotografi Concert hall holstebro, page 62, 63egon gade statens museum for kunst - THE DANISH NATIONAL ART GALLERY, page 68, 69, 70SMK FOTO statens museum for kunst - THE DANISH NATIONAL ART GALLERY (2006), page 71Alan Williams Victoria & Albert Museum, page 72, 73, 74Martine Hamilton Knight National CollEGE for School Leadership, page 88Peter Barfoed Ilimmarfik University Park, page 89Peter Barfoed Greenland Nature Institute, page 91Thomas Hommelgaard REStaurant Geranium, page 102, 103KATSUHISA KIDA TORANOMON TOWERS, PAGE 104 egon gade First Hotel Skt. Petri, page 106, 107, 108KIM AHm ROOM 606, RADISSON SAS ROYAL HOTEL, PAGE 110Mikkel Tjellesen Restaurant JACOBSEN, page 114, 115, 116, 117The artwork on page 71: ‘Yellow’ by Viera Collaro. 2002, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 cm
  • 54. MAKING STATEMENTS© 2008 Fritz HansenAll rights reserved. Mechanical, photographic orother reproduction of this book is forbidden underDanish copyright law.Concept and layout: 2+1 Ideas AgencyPrinting: vahle+nikolaisen