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Arne jacobsen

  1. 1. A “The fundamental R factor is proportion. N Proportion is precisely E what makes the old Greek temples beautiful… And when J we look at some of the A most admired buildings of the Renaissance or C the Baroque, we notice O that they are all well- B proportioned. That is the essential thing.” S E N
  2. 2. • Arne Emil Jacobsen (11 Feb 1902 – • Arne Jacobsen is noted for his sense A 24 Mar 1971) was a Danish Architect of proportion. and Designer. • He paid careful attention to minute R • Educated at the Royal Danish details of the design and believed that N Academy of Fine Arts, School of every single element had to be E Architecture in Copenhagen, he was harmonious from the shade of paint, professor at the Academy from 1956 down to the doorknobs. to 1965. • His buildings and furniture designs J • He is remembered for his both illustrated a combination of his A contribution to Architectural love of naturalism and modernist Functionalism. C ideals. • His architecture includes a • Among his most famous designs are O considerable number of epoch the Iconic Ant chair, designed for B making buildings in both Denmark, Novo Nordisk canteen in 1952, the S Germany and Great Britain. Series 7, The Egg and The Swan • As a designer, Jacobsen made designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in E prototypes for furniture, textiles, 1958, and the tableware Cylinda-Line N wallpaper, silverware etc. for Stelton.
  3. 3. HIS SIGNIFICANT ARCHITECTURAL WORKS A • Bellevue Beach, Klampenborg, Denmark (1932) R • Bellavista residential complex, Klampenborg, Copenhagen (1931–34) N • Bellevue Theatre and restaurant, Klampenborg (1935–36) E • Stelling House, 6 Gammeltorv, Copenhagen (1934–37) • Søllerød Town Hall , Søllerød, Copenhagen (1938–42) J • Århus City Hall (with Erik Møller), Århus (1939–42) A • Rødovre Town Hall, Rødovre, Denmark (1952–56) C • SAS Royal Hotel, Copenhagen (1958–60). O • National Bank of Denmark, Copenhagen (1965–70) B S • St Catherine's College, Oxford, UK (1964–66) E • Royal Danish Embassy, London, UK (1976–77) N • Parliament House, Islamabad, Pakistan
  4. 4. A R Bellavista Residential complex, N Klampenborg, E Copenhagen J A C O B S E N
  5. 5. A R N E J The Danish Embassy, London Søholm I terraced houses, Klampenborg A C O B S E N Alléhusene Housing Søllerød Town Hall, Copenhagen
  6. 6. A R N E J A C O B S E SAS Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Stelling House N Copenhagen
  7. 7. A R N E J Danmarks National Bank A C O B Skovshoved Petrol Station, S Copenhagen, Denmark E N St.Catherine’s college, Oxford
  8. 8. CONTEMPORARY INTERIORS A R N E J A Stairwell - Aarhus City Hall C O B Aarhus City Hall S E N Interior of Radisson Blu Hotel
  9. 9. A R N E Aarhus City Hall J A C O B S Interior of Rødovre Library E The Arne Jacobsen Room, at the N Radisson SAS Royal Hotel.
  10. 10. A R N E J A The Rødovre central Staircase,in C Rodovre Hall suspended in O orange-red steel rods from the roof construction. The sides are B cut from 5 cm (2”)steel plate, S painted a dark grey; the steps are stainless, only a few mm, bent and E with a rubber top for grip. N
  11. 11. St.Catherine’s College, A Oxford, UK R Formal Dining Room N E J A C O B Music Room Interior S E Library N
  12. 12. A R N E J Senior Common Room A C O B S Library E N Formal Dining Room
  13. 13. A R N E J A C O B S St Catherine's College, Oxford St Catherine's College, Oxford E University (St. Catz) - The University (St. Catz) – Staircase N Lecture hall in the Library
  14. 14. A R N E J A C O B Alléhusene Housing, S jægersborg allé, Gentofte E The jespersen office building in copenhagen N
  15. 15. • Arne Jacobsen´s designs came into A existence as brief sketches and were then modeled in plaster or R cardboard in full size. N • He kept on working until his E revolutionary ideas for new furniture had been realized at the utmost perfection. J • The "Ant" from 1952 became the A starting point of his world fame as a furniture designer and became the C first of a number of lightweight O chairs with seat and back in one B piece of moulded wood. • Model "3107“, 1955 is often merely S called " The Number Seven Chair". It E was launched in beech, black and N white.
  16. 16. • The Royal Hotel, situated in A Copenhagen, is one of Jacobsen´s masterpieces. R • For the decoration of the hotel he N designed several pieces of E furniture, lamps and fabrics, and also cutlery, glasses, and door handles. J • During the 1960´es Arne Jacobsen A turned to forms as the circle, C cylinder, triangle, and cubes. • On the whole, his mind as an O architect began to influence his B design. • As significant counterpoints to the stiffly S • Both the stainless steel tableware upright, monumental building his easy set "Cylinda-Line" and the lamp chair, the "Swan" and the "Egg", stand out E series "AJ" reflect this. as organic sculptures. N
  17. 17. EGG CHAIR A • The Egg was designed in a typical Jacobsen style, using state-of-the-art material. R • It is believed to be inspired by Eero N Saarinen's "Womb chair", from which it E gains some traits. J • The Egg was (as was the Swan) A designed as a couch also - though the actual piece was C thought to be a figment of O someone's imagination, fed by B the existence of the Swan- couch. S E N
  18. 18. THE DOT CHAIR A • Designed as a stacking stool, the Dot has a chromed R frame with a painted beech 'seat' in a choice of white, N black, orange, lime or rose. E J A C O B S E N
  19. 19. THE LILY CHAIR A • It was designed by R Arne Jacobsen in N 1968 for the Danish National Bank. E • The curvy chair with its characteristic J wide shoulders and A slim waist is a beautiful example of C how Arne Jacobsen O constantly kept B exploring and challenging the S possibilities of E veneer. N
  20. 20. THE DROP CHAIR A • The Drop chair was designed R for the Royal hotel in 1958, N and about 40 were upholstered in brown leather E for the hotel´s Bistro. • The Drop chair is one of J Jacobsen´s moulded shell chairs. A C O B S E N
  21. 21. THE POT CHAIR A R N E J A C O B S E N
  22. 22. 3107 DINING CHAIR(7 series) A • It is the classic chair by Arne Jacobsen often designated as R "The Butterfly“ N • Unlike other chairs of the same E type, the 3107 is specially manufactured with fabric in between the wood layers for J extra flexibility and durability. A C O B S E N
  23. 23. ANT CHAIR A • The Ant chair is a classic of R modern chair design. Original 3- legged N • It was designed in 1952 by Jacobsen for use in the canteen of E the Danish pharmaceutical firm ”Novo Nordisk”. J • The Ant was named for its approximate similarity to the A outline of an ant with C its head raised. O • The chair was designed to be light, stable, easy to stack up, and to (Later) 4-legged B minimize tangling the user's feet. • The chair has since proved very popular S • The original model had three plastic although the plastic in the legs was E legs and a seat made from form- replaced by tubular steel, and a version moulded laminated veneer. with four legs was also made. N
  24. 24. A R N E J A The original three-legged Ant C chair on display in Design O Museum, Denmark B S E 4 legged ant chairs in Royal N Café, Copenhagen
  25. 25. WOODEN LEGGED GRAND PRIX CHAIR A R N E J A C O B S E N
  26. 26. THE GIRAFFE CHAIR A • The Giraffe chair was designed R for the Royal Hotel´s dining N room. • It has a shell upholstered in E fabric, and wooden edging. • The legs, in profiled laminated J wood, are the same as those A on the Grand Prix chair. • The Giraffe chair´s design C objective was that its high O back would be restful and B make guests feel relaxed and comfortable at the table. S • It provides good access E between the chairs would N make serving easy.
  27. 27. THE SWAN CHAIR A • The Swan is a chair and a R couch designed by Jacobsen for Radisson N SAS Royal Hotel in E Copenhagen. • He also used it on his J following projects like Danmarks National A bank. C O B S E N
  28. 28. THE SWAN SOFA A R N E J • The Swan sofa was made as a special A model for the furnishing of suites, C lounges and the panoramic restaurant O at the SAS hotel in 1958. • It is available in a variety of fabric B upholstery as well as exclusive leather S types. • The characteristic 3-dimensional shape E • The sofa rests on a shaker base in contains no straight lines but is based satin polished Aluminium. N on curves like the Egg and the Swan.
  29. 29. ACCESSORIES A Arne Jacobsen R Table Lamp - was originally N designed for the E SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen J A C Lamp designed for the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen - Combination of bright O steel and linen in an elliptical shade B that seems to float in the air. The support fits into one side of the elliptical S base. Raised on this support, the shade becomes an extension of the base. E N Chest of Drawers
  30. 30. A R N E J Arne Jacobsen Cutlery A C O B S E AJ Candle Holder, crafted in Bellevue Collection (Wall Lamp, Desk Lamp & N Stainless Steel Floor Lamp) Created By Jacobsen in 1929.
  31. 31. A R N E J AJ Royal Bowl AJ Royal Pendant Bankers Clock A C O B S E AJ Royal Bowl & Candlestick N Pair of Jacobsen "Aarhus" ceiling lamp

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