Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark
Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark

Finn Juhl, "Fireplace" Chairs, Model BO-59 for Bovirke, Denmark

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For the first time in 60 years, these rare chairs by the Danish master furniture designer Finn Juhl are out of their den and in search of new owners. Upholstery is still very presentable with no noticeable flaws. Solid teak frames are in equally good shape with only one slight loss to one of the arms edges (1/6th of an inch). Overall impressve condition.

Finn Juhl was Born in Denmark in 1912, He studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen. After graduating, he worked for ten years in the office of Vilhelm Lauritzen, a leading Danish Modernist architect. In 1945, he set up his own practice, specializing in interior and furniture design. Juhl created design forms with the mindset of a sculptor and much of his furniture was technically ahead of its time.

Juhl’s career blossomed through his participation in the annual Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild exhibitions, nationally sponsored events that supported design innovation through collaborations between young architects and traditional cabinetmakers. Juhl found great success in his partnership with craftsman Niels Vodder, and together they created a number of important works, such as the Pelican Chair and the Chieftain Chair.