Arne Jacobsen Design works to record, document and preserve Arne Jacobsen’s extensive body of work in the Arne Jacobsen Design Archive. Listed under Complete Works is an overview of Arne Jacobsen’s body of work, from architecture projects, landscape architecture, exhibition design and interiors to furniture, lighting, graphic design and design objects. Listed below are some of the most relevant publications, archives and collections where you can discover more about Arne Jacobsen’s life and work.
Numerous publications are dedicated to Arne Jacobsen’s life and work, some published during his lifetime, others after his death in 1971. Today, his extensive body of work continues to be the subject of new studies, analyses and research. Arne Jacobsen’s own archives have been preserved, and his furniture, products, textiles and posters are represented in collections all over the world.
Explore some of the most significant publications on Arne Jacobsen’s life and work and delve into the most significant collections of his works.
Stenum Poulsen, K.; Skaarup Larsen, A. & Staunsager, S. (2020). Kolding: Trapholt.
Juul Holm, M., Kjeldsen, K., & Vindfeld, T. (2002). Humlebæk: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
Solaguren-Beascoa de Corral, F. (2002). København: Arkitektens Forlag.
Bohle, H. & Dimog, J. (2020). Stuttgart: Arnoldsche.
Tøjner, P. E., & Vindum, K. (1994). Copenhagen: Dansk Design Center.
Staunsager, S., & Stenum, K. (2018). Arne Jacobsens Kubeflex. Kolding: Trapholt.
Strømberg, U. (2013). Nykøbing Sjælland: Bogværket.
Kural, R. (2018). Humlebæk: Rhodos.
The library’s collection contains Arne Jacobsen’s drawings, scrapbooks and collection of photographs.
The museum’s collection contains Arne Jacobsen’s furniture, applied art and textiles from his time in Sweden 1943-1945.
The museum’s collection contains Arne Jacobsen’s furniture, applied art, posters and textiles.
The museum’s collection contains Arne Jacobsen’s furniture, applied art and the type house Kubeflex.