1920s

1925

 

Chair
Manufactured by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder
(Exhibited at the World’s fair, Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes in Paris. Awarded a silver medal).

 

 

1926

 

Sideboard
Designed as part of Kaare Klint’s course at the Royal Danish Academy

 

1927

 

Library furniture
Chair, sofa, coffee table and cabinet
Manufactured by cabinetmaker Otto Meyer
(Exhibited at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 1927)

 

Competition proposal for chandeliers
Held by lighting firm Lund & Lawerentz
(2nd prize. Not realized)

 

Competition proposal for cigar box accessories
Held by C.W. Obels Fabrikker
(3rd prize. Not realized)

 

Single-family home for Professor Sigurd Wandel
C.V.E. Knuths Vej 9, Hellerup
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Single-family home for Mrs. Steensen
Krathusvej 3, Charlottenlund

 

Music pavillon, shelters and entrances with booths for Enghaveparken*
Designed while employed at the City Architects Office, Copenhagen
(The entrances with booths were demolished in the 1970s and were rebuild in 2019)

 

 

1928

 

Proposal for national museum building in Klampenborg
(Awarded the small gold medal from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Not realized)

 

Single-family home for master builder Boll
C.V.E. Knuths Vej 11, Hellerup

 

Two-family house for Mrs K. Bergh
Vingårds Allé 51–53, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for pharmacist E. Aabling-Thomsen
Åvænget 3, Køge

 

Single-family home for Mrs E. Schoppe
Baunegårdsvej 22, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality 1929)

 

Competition proposal for affordable summer cottages with Flemming Lassen
Held by the national newspaper Politiken
(Cash prize. Not realized)

 

 

1929

 

Arne Jacobsen’s own home
Gotfred Rodes Vej 2, Charlottenlund

 

Easy chair and sofa*
(Used at the sports club Hellerup Idrætsklub 1936)

 

Renovation and expansion of ‘Krathuset’
Krathusvej, Charlottenlund.
(Built 1844 by architect M. G. Bindesbøll. Additional renovations in 1936 by Arne Jacobsen. Demolished in 1981)

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Gotfred Rodes Vej 7, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Gotfred Rodes Vej 16, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Gotfred Rodes Vej 18, Charlottenlund
(Extension to the north and south in 1931 and garage in 1937 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for T. D. W. Bannister
Hegelsvej 16, Charlottenlund 

 

House of the Future with Flemming Lassen
Including two tables and a bookcase
Exhibition building for the Danish Association of Architects’ Housing and Building Exhibition in Forum, Copenhagen
(After receiving 1st prize in competition. Demolished after the exhibition)

 

Exhibition stall for the roofing felt factory Phønix A/S, Vejen
In the above exhibition

 

Bar for CLOC
In the above exhibition

 

Paris Chair, ‘Forest slug’
Danish: Pariserstol, ‘Skovsneglen’
Entry in competition for deck chair held by Kurvemagerforeningen (Basket Makers’ Association)
Manufactured by Herman Jørgensen, Hellerup, later by R. Wengler.
Relaunced 2013 by SIKA Design. Still in production
(3rd prize)

 

Bellevue lamp*
Floor and table lamp for Louis Poulsen
Relaunced 2013 by &Tradition. Still in production

1930s

1930

 

Single-family home for shoemaker F. L. Ostermann
Højstrupvej 132, Brønshøj

 

Single-family home for secretary P. G. Kretz
Baunegårdsvej 81, Hellerup
(Renovation and extension in 1936 and 1946 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for publisher P. H. Fergo
Hegelsvej 4, Charlottenlund
(Renovation in 1965 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Hegelsvej 8, Charlottenlund
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Single-family home for engineer H. C. J. Hansen
Hyrdevej 12, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for Headmistress Paula Thygesen Nim
Ole Olsens Allé 28, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Hegelsvej 29, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for lawyer Max Rothenborg
Including specially made furniture e.g. sofa and lounge chair
Klampenborgvej 37, Klampenborg
(Extension in 1942 by Arne Jacobsen. Extensive later changes)

 

Competition proposal on hearse and coffin cover with Flemming Lassen
Held by Dansk Ligbrændingsforening (Danish Cremation Association)
(1st prize)

 

 

1931

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Gotfred Rodes Vej 14, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Captain E. Monrad-Aas
Gotfred Rodes Vej 1, Charlottenlund
(Extension on the northern side in 1931 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for Head of Section Carl Jensen
Hyrdevej 5, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for Director C. Friis
Tranegårdsvej 25, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for engineer J. J. Jarl
Kongehøjen 10, Klampenborg

 

Single-family home for engineer W. Peter
Damgårdsvej 29, Klampenborg

 

 

1932

 

Bellevue Beach Baths
Strandvejen, Klampenborg
(1st prize in invited competition)

 

Renovation and extension for Bellevue Strandhotel
Strandvejen, Klampenborg
(Demolished)

 

Single-family home for Head of Department Sv. B. Lauritzen
Anemonevej 48, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality in 1933)

 

Single-family home for Director E. Friis-Hansen
Hegelsvej 28, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for wholesaler Brasen
Skovvej 64, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Mrs Hedvig Grauengaard
Skovvej 97, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for General Manager C. C. Thomsen
Bernstorffsvej 122, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for composer Edv. Borregaard
Brostykkevej 23, Hvidovre

 

Living room with Flemming Lassen
Including radiogramophone, easy chair, daybed and cabinet
Manufactured by cabinetmaker N. C. Christoffersen for the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild’s Furniture Exhibition

 

Exhibition design for Radiofoniudstillingen (The Broadcasting Exhibition)
In Industribygningen in Copenhagen

 

Poster for Radiofoniudstillingen
For the above exhibition
Launched 2011 by Dansk Plakatkunst. Still in production

 

 

1933

 

Competition proposal on single-family homes with Flemming Lassen
Held by the national newspaper Dagens Nyheder
(One of 11 entries selected for completion)

 

Single-family home for engineer Fr. Wittig
Carl Feilbergs Vej 18, Frederiksberg

 

Single-family home for engineer M. Holbøll
Skovgårdsvej 75, Charlottenlund
(Extension 1942–43 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for secretary S. Lund-Andersen
Hegelsvej 27, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for engineer A. Vöhtz
Julie Sødrings Vej 5, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Director Thorvald Pedersen
Including a dining room in elmwood
Kongehøjen 3, Klampenborg

 

Single-family home for lawyer B. Schepler
Including furniture and garden furniture
Strandvejen 464, Vedbæk
(Demolished)

 

Single-family home for engineer Johannes Brobjerg
Hegelsvej 18, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for schoolteacher E. Hjelme
Grants Allé 22, Hellerup

 

Single-family home for Head of Department O. Skaarup
Enghave 8, Rungsted

 

Single-family home for Poul Munck
Hegelsvej 17, Charlottenlund

 

 

1934

 

Mattson’s Riding hall
For Director Axel Mattsson
Bellevuevej 12, Klampenborg

 

Bellavista
Housing development for a consortium
Strandvejen 419–433 / Bellevuevej 1–7, Klampenborg
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality and listed in 1987)

 

Single-family home for Head of Section  J. N. A. Garde
Ordrupdalvej 33, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Chief Customs Officer Harry Jensen
Ordruphøjvej 30, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for schoolteacher A. Christensen
Almindingen 18, Søborg

 

Single-family home for schoolteacher H. D. Henke
Glaciset 48, Lyngby

 

Single-family home for schoolteacher E. Glade-Olsen
Gotfred Rodes Vej 6, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for engineer O. Højborg-Pedersen
Fasanhaven 2, Gentofte

 

Single-family home and garden design for Head of Section H.E. Holten
Hoffmeyersvej 29, Frederiksberg

 

Single-family home for lawyer Vald. Leopold
Parkovsvej 7, Gentofte

 

Single-family home for wholesaler Rud. Ehrhardt
Hegelsvej 5, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for wholesaler Vilh. Grumstrup
Ole Olsens Allé 30, Hellerup

 

Dragør South Beach bathing facility
(Demolished 1945)

 

Junkershallen
Badminton hall and machinery showroom for engineer Johs. Brobjerg
Maltegårdsvej 18 A + B, Gentofte
(Extension by architects Per and Flemming Lassen in 1974)

 

Restaurant and kayak club
Charlottenlund Fort

 

 

1935

 

Facilities for Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium
Including interior design and specially made furniture e.g. an easy chair, office chairs and tables
Ndr. Fasanvej 215,
Copenhagen N
(Awarded a prize from the City of Frederiksberg, 1943)

 

Bank branch office for Landmandsbanken
Vesterbrogade 46, København V
(Eliminated, apart from a few facade fragments)

 

Single-family home for wholesaler Helge Wandel
including garden furniture
Parkovsvej 19, Gentofte

 

Single-family home for wholesaler Kenneth Elk
Gaunøvej 43, Brønshøj

 

Single-family home for editor Jørgen Sandvad
Dalsgaardsvej 13, Klampenborg

 

Single-family home for Director Sørensen
Ndr. Strandvej 53, Elsinore 

 

Single-family home for lawyer H. Fischer-Hansen
Hurdlevej 3, Klampenborg

 

Single-family home for master builder E. Kjær-Knudsen
Ordruphøjvej 32, Charlottenlund

 

Easy chair and sofa*
(Used, among other places, in Landmandsbanken’s Sct. Jørgen branch office)

 

 

1936

 

Tennis hall for the sports club Hellerup Idrætsklub H.I.K.
Hartmannsvej 37, Hellerup
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality 1937)

 

H.I.K. wall lamp*
For the above work of architecture
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

Office for Landmandsbanken, Sct. Stefan branch
Nørrebrogade 160, Copenhagen N
(Eliminated, apart from a few facade fragments)

 

Desk lamp
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen
(Used in the Sct. Stefan bank branch office and Stelling House)

 

Single-family home for secretary K. G. Hasselbalch
Kratvænget 9, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Dr Sven Johnsen
Jægersborg Allé 57, Charlottenlund
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality. Renovation and extension 1941-42 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Single-family home for grocer Holger Frederiksen
Ordruphøjvej 44, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Dr Svend Reinert
Sundbyvestervej 29–31, København S

 

Single-family home for schoolteacher Karl Sørensen
Tyborøn Allé 76, Vanløse
(Awarded a prize from the City of Copenhagen, 1937)

 

Competition proposal on Kastrup Airport with Flemming Lassen
(2nd prize. Not realized)

 

Charlottenborg chair
Manufactured by E.V.A. Nissen & Co.
Relaunched 2013 by SIKA Design. Still in production

 

Bellevue Theatre
Including interior design and specially made furniture, lighting, etc.
Strandvejen 449–451, Klampenborg
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality in 1937, listed in 1987)

 

Bellevue chair*
For the above work of architecture
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Poster for Bellevue Revue
For the above work of architecture
Launched 2011 by Dansk Plakatkunst. Still in production

 

 

1937

 

Petrol station
For the Texaco Company A/S
Kystvejen 24, Skovshoved Port, Charlottenlund

 

Stelling House
Including interior design and specially made furniture, lighting, etc.
For the paint shop A. Stellings Farvehandel
Gammeltorv 6, Copenhagen K

 

Stelling pendant
Danish: Stellingpendel
For the above work of architecture
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen
Launched as a limited edition in 2002 to mark the 100th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen’s birth

 

Single-family home for lawyer H. Steinthal
Including garden plan and interior design
Hegelsvej 9, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for Professor A. R. Christensen
Including garden plan
Skovvangen 17, Charlottenlund

 

Renovation of single-family home for Director Harald Pedersen*
Including garden design
Dronninggårds Allé 70, Holte

 

Proposal for a kindergarden: a Hans Christian Andersen memorial with sculptor Anker Hoffmann
Held by Forskønnelsesforeningen (a beautification society)
Special prize

 

Wall clock
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

 

1938

 

Office for the bank Landmandsbanken’s Sct. Jørgen branch
Vester Farimagsgade 37, Copenhagen V
(Eliminated, apart from facade cladding)

 

Kiosk and kayak club
For Gentofte Municipality
Bellevue South Beach, Strandvejen 336, Klampenborg

 

Conversion of Hvidøre Manor
Into a diabetes sanatorium for directors of Novo, Harald and Thorvald Pedersen

 

Single-family home for K. Johnsen
Ordrupvej 185, Charlottenlund
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Single-family home for wholesaler K. E. H. Oecks
Bekkasinvej 5, Hellerup

 

‘Knarken’
Arne Jacobsen’s own summer residence
Gudmindrup Skovsti 15, Gudmindrup Lyng

 

Competition proposal for a town hall for Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality with Flemming Lassen
(Special mention. Not realized)

 

 

1939

 

Housing development for master builder G. C. Andersen
Jægersborg Allé 48–52, Charlottenlund

 

Competition proposal for stands at Charlottenlund Racetrack with engineering firm A. Jespersen & Søn
(1st prize. Not realized)

 

Table clock*
Manufactured by Lauritz Knudsen
Relaunched 2009 by Rosendahl. Still in production

1940s

1941

 

Ibstrupparken I
Housing development for a private consortium
Smakkegårdsvej 215–219 and Ibstrupvænget 1–11 and 2–18, Gentofte 

 

Competition proposal for a monument to Vitus Bering in Horsens with sculptor Anker Hoffmann
A sculpture-lined path in Caroline Amalie Lund park
(3rd prize. Not realized)

 

Proposal for a national archive
Ideas for construction on the Royal Brewhouse site in Copenhagen
(Not realized)

 

Station Clock
Manufactured by Lauritz Knudsen
Relaunched 2009 by Rosendahl. Still in production

 

1942

 

Locker room building at Gentofte Stadium
Ved Stadion 6, Gentofte
(1st prize in competition held 1936. Revised proposal) 

 

Aarhus City Hall with Erik Møller
Including interior design and specially made furniture, lighting, etc.
Rådhuspladsen, Århus
(1st prize in competition held 1937. Revised proposal)

 

Typography with Erik Møller
For the above work of architecture

 

Roman Clock*
Clockface based on Arne Jacobsen’s clock design for Aarhus City Hall
Launched 2009 by Rosendahl. Still in production

 

Søllerød Town Hall with Flemming Lassen
Including interior design and specially made furniture, lighting, etc.
Øverødvej 2, Holte
(1st prize in competition held 1939)

 

Mayor sofa with Flemming Lassen
Manufactured by Rud. Rasmussen
Relaunched 2013 by &Tradition. Still in production 

 

Competition proposal for town hall in Skagen with Flemming Lassen
(2nd prize. Not realized)

 

Executive office furniture with Flemming Lassen
Manufactured by Dansk Kontormøbelfabrik and exhibited in National Danish Crafts Association’s spring exhibition at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art

 

 

1943

 

Locker room building at the YMCA in Emdrup
Including interior design, furniture and lighting
Nøkkerosevej 21–23, Emdrup
(Exhibited at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 1944. Awarded a prize from the City of Copenhagen 1945)

 

Fish smokehouse for Leo Henriksen
Odden Havn, Sjællands Odde

 

Terraced houses for A/S Gentofte Rækkehuse
Ellebækvej 21–39 and 22–34, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Terraced houses for Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium
Sløjfen 21–35, Gentofte

 

Single-family home for engineer J.H. Hoffmann
Ordrupgårdvej 12, Charlottenlund

 

Single-family home for General Manager K. Kokfelt
Lundely 19, Hellerup

 

Wallpaper Vegetation
Manufactured by Ernst Dahl og Aage Dahl & Co.

 

Wallpaper with leaf motif
Exhibited at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild’s Furniture Exhibition

 

Textile patterns
Bregner (Ferns), Bregnekranse, Margueritter (Daisies) and Bambus (Bamboo)
Printed by Jonna Jacobsen (née Møller)
Exhibited at the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition

 

Book cover
For bookbinder Ahrenkiel and gilder Jens Olsen

 

Poster for Danmarks Ansikte
Exhibition at Galerie St. Lucas, Stockholm

 

 

1944

 

Textile patterns
Kløver (Clover), Penninggräs (Pennycress), Persisk mønster (Persian pattern), Vegetation, Ja-Nej (Yes-No), Kæde (Chain), Stubbe ( Stubbs), Højsommereng (Meadow) and more
Manufactured by Nordiska Kompaniet, Stockholm

 

Competition proposal for a single-family home with Nils Koppel and C. A. Acking
Including garden design
Held by Hem (Home) in Sweden
(1st prize)

 

 

1945

 

Summer residence for journalist Ebbe Munck
Near Himmeltorpsvägen, Arild, Sverige

 

Single-family home for Consul N. J. Haustrup*
Skovgyden 36, Odense

 

Terraced houses for private consortium
Ridebanevang 2–38 and 1–35, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Competition proposal for expanding Copenhagen City Hall
(Special mention. Not realized)

 

 

1946

 

Ibstrupparken II
Housing development for two private consortiums
Smakkegårdsvej 133–191 + 203–209, Gentofte

 

Proposal for invited competition for theatre building in Fredericia
(2nd prize. Not realized)

 

Competition proposal for a forest pavilion in Hobro with Nils Koppel
(1st prize. Not realized)

 

Competition proposal for memorial in Randers with sculptor Anker Hoffmann
(1st prize)

 

Competition proposal for design of terrain at Skamlingsbanken with sculptor Anker Hoffmann
(Special mention. Not realized)

 

Wallpaper patterns*
Siv (Reed), Bio-Bio, Skræpper (Docks)
Manufactured by Danske Tapetfabrikker

 

 

1948

 

Interior design for coffee import firm L. Paulsen & Co.
Frederiksgade 19, Copenhagen K

 

Competition proposal for a Copenhagen building for Handels- og Kontoristforeningen (Association of Commercial and Clerical Employees)
(Special mention. Not realized) 

 

Site plan for the terraced housing development Carlsro
Tårnvej 205, Borgmester Gustav Jensens Vej, Rødovre
(The development was realized by Mogens Jacobsen, Alex Poulsen, Magnus Stephensen and Knud Thorball in 1958) 

 

Proposal for terraced housing development
Near Trørød Hegn, Vedbæk

 

Competition proposal for a chapel and a cemetery in Næstved
(3rd prize. Not realized)

 

Textile patterns*
Hyacint (Hyacinth), Mushrooms, Siv (Reed), and Bølgelinier (Wavy Lines)
Manufactured by Grautex

 

 

1949

 

Student housing for Gentofte Kommunes Ungdomsboliger (Gentofte Municipality’s Student Housing)
Ved Ungdomsboligerne 32–60, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality)

 

Competition proposal for municipal primary and lower secondary school in Aabenraa
(Special mention. Not realized)

 

Day nursery and kindergarten
Project for Foreningen Børnevennerne (Children’s Friends Association)

 

Competition for municipal primary and lower secondary school
Esbjerg
(3rd prize. Not realized)

 

Competition for hunting association lodge and marina with Kai Clausen and Th. Helleberg
Vejle
(1st prize. Not realized)

1950s

1950

 

Hårby Centralskole
Primary and lower secondary school for Hårby Municipality
Sportsvej 16, Hårby
(Extension 1958 by Arne Jacobsen)

 

Sofa, dining table and coffee table
For Arne Jacobsen’s own home on Strandvejen 413
Manufactured by Rud. Rasmussen Snedkerier

 

 

1951

 

Søholm I and II
Terraced and staggered terraced houses for private consortium
Strandvejen 413 / Bellevuekrogen 20–26 and 2–18, Klampenborg
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality in 1953. Arne Jacobsen lived in the house at Strandvejen 413)

 

Single-family home for engineer C.A. Møller
Strandvejen 504 B, Vedbæk

 

 

1952

 

Textile print patterns*
Trapez, Skyview, Papyrus, Mushrooms, Spirea
Manufactured by Grautex

 

Experimental classroom for Munkegaard School
Dyssegård School, Dyssegårdsvej 26, Hellerup

 

Project for invited competition for a central cemetery with a chapel for Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality
(3rd prize for cemetery project, 3rd prize for chapel. Not realized)

 

Furniture for The American-Scandinavian Foundation in New York
Chair, sofa, desk and coffee table
Manufactured by Rud. Rasmussens Snedkerier for Burmeister & Wain

 

Society Table
Part of the above furniture series
Manufactured by Rud. Rasmussens Snedkerier
Relaunched 2017 by Carl Hansen & Søn. Still in production

 

The Ant
Danish: Myren
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

Tables for the Ant
Five versions of the table with and without folding leaves, two round tables and an egg-shaped table.
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen.

 

The Egg table
Danish: Æggebordet
Part of the above table series
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Launched as a limited edition in 2002 to mark the 100th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen’s birth. Relaunched by Fritz Hansen in 2022. Still in production

 

 

1953

 

Alléhusene
Housing development for private consortium
Jægersborg Allé 185–229, Gentofte

 

Massey-Harris A/S
Office and exhibition space
Roskildevej 183, Glostrup
(Awarded a Grand Prix in the international architecture exhibition 2nd Biennale in São Paulo, Brazil)

 

Almegaarden
Farmhouse for farmer Valdemar Olsen
Almegaards Allé 3, Nyrup, Højby

 

Competition proposal for street and development plan for a section of the Eskemosegård site
Near Birkerød
(2nd prize and 3rd prize. Not realized)

 

 

 

1954

 

Islevvænge
Terraced houses for Rødovre Almennyttige Boligselskab (Rødovre Social Housing Association)
Tårnvej 409–525, Knudsøvej 27–101 and 56–102 and Fortvej 50–190, Rødovre
(Project exhibited in Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 1949 and RIBA’s Danish Architecture of Today in London, 1950)

 

Søholm III
Terraced houses for private consortium
Bellevuekrogen 1–7, Klampenborg

 

Pyrolysis works for the Refinery Maersk*
Prags Boulevard, Copenhagen

 

Single-family home for engineer Upton-Hansen
Gl. Røsnæsvej 31, Kalundborg

 

Single-family home for engineer Henning Simonÿ
Geelsvej 10, Holte

 

Single-family home for shoe manufacturer Engelbredt
Lærkevænget, Vordingborg

 

Renovation of single-family home for Dr Hallas Møller
Dronninggårds Allé 80, Holte

 

Dot
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

 

1955

 

Administration building for A. Jespersen & Søn A/S
Nyropsgade 18, Copenhagen V

 

Laboratory building for Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium
Ndr. Fasanvej 215, Frederiksberg

 

Proposal for atrium houses at Carlsminde, Søllerød
(Not realized)

 

Exhibition design for the Danish section of H55
World’s fair held in Hälsingborg, Sweden

 

Series 7
Danish: Serie 7, Syveren
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

The Tongue
Danish: Tungen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2013 by HOWE. Still in production

 

Munkegaard chair
Danish: Munkegårdsstolen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2014 by HOWE. Still in production

 

The T-chair
Danish: T-stolen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

City Hall clock
Danish: Rådhusuret
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen
Relaunched 2009 by Rosendahl. Still in production

 

Munkegaard lamp
Danish: Munkegårdslampen
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen. Still in production

 

Exhibition design for Lavender Wool
In the British exhibition in Tivoli Gardens

 

 

1956

 

Rødovre Town Hall
Including interior design and specially made furniture, lighting, etc.
Rødovre Parkvej 150, Rødovre

 

Eklipta
For the above work of architecture
Wall lamp in two sizes. A third size launched in 1962
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen. Still in production

 

Factory for C.A.C. Motorrenovering A/S
Riihimäkivej 3, Aalborg

 

Single-family home for coffee wholesaler Rüthwen-Jürgensen
Including garden plan, interior design and furnishings
Skodsborg Strandvej 300, Skodsborg

 

Single-family home for Director Edwin Jensen
Mosehøjvej 21 A, Charlottenlund
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality in 1957)

 

The Round House
Single-family home for smokehouse owner Leo Henriksen
Including garden plan, interior design and furnishings
Røgerivej 3, Odden Havn

 

Summer residence for Kokfelt
Strandvejen 20, Tisvilde

 

Hotdog stand for A/S Houlberg
Strandvejen 342, Klampenborg
(Demolished)

 

AJ lever handle
Danish: AJ Greb
Manufactured by Carl F. Petersen
Manufactured today by d line. Still in production

 

Series 3300, “Airport Sofa”
Danish: Serie 3300, Lufthavnssofaen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

AJ park lantern
Danish: AJ Parklampe
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

 

1957

 

Munkegaard School
Including garden plan and interior design, school furniture, drinking fountain, light fittings, speaker, curtains and stage curtain
Vangedevej 178, Søborg

 

Loudspeaker
For the above architectural work
Manufactured by Paul Lehmbeck
(Awarded a silver medal at the Triennale in Milano in 1957)

 

Four atrium houses
Constructed for the International Architectural Exhibition Interbau in Berlin, Germany
Händelallee, Hansaviertel, Berlin, Germany 

 

Terraced houses for A. Jespersen & Søn
Sløjfen 22–48 and Ørnegårdsvej 22–50, Gentofte

 

Single-family home for Erik Seisby
I.H. Mundts Vej 4B, Virum

 

Proposal for invited competition for town hall in Marl, Germany
(Special mention. Not realized)

 

Grand Prix
FH 4130 with legs in laminated wood and FH 3130 with steel legs
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 1991-1995 and after 2005 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production
(FH 4130 was awarded a Grand Prix at XI Triennale in Milan)

 

Grand Prix table
Three versions of the table, one with a round tabletop and two with a rectangular tabletop
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
The table with a rectangular tabletop relaunched 2017 by Fritz Hansen

 

Table FH 3501
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

AJ cutlery
Danish: AJ Bestik
Manufactured by A. Michelsen
Manufactured today by Georg Jensen. Still in production

 

AJ lamp
Danish: AJ Lampe
Floor lamp, wall lamp and table lamp
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen. Still in production

 

AJ Royal Lamp
Danish: AJ Royal, Royal Lampe, Royal Pendel
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen. Still in production
A smaller version launched in 1962

 

Royal floor lamp
Danish: Royal Standerlampe
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen
Relaunched 2002 by Santa & Cole

 

AJ Trolley
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Launched 2020 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

Textile patterns Linjer (Lines) and Ringe (Rings)
Manufactured by Gram Tæpper
(Competition proposal for new carpet patterns held by the Danish department store Magasin du Nord
1st and 3rd prize)

 

 

1958

 

The Egg
Danish: Ægget
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

The Swan
Two versions of the chair with wooden legs and a steel base
Danish: Svanen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

The Swan sofa
Danish: Svanesofaen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2001 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

Tables FH 3512, 3514
Round column tables on aluminium frames
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Tables FH 3610, 3611
Square column tables on aluminium frames
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Table FH 3515
Rectangular table on aluminium shaker frame
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Table FH 3605
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Upholstery fabric series 9001
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

Upholstery fabric series*
Manufactured by Aug. Mellech

 

*Packaging for SOF
Packaging for Sjællands Odde Fiskerøgeri (Odden caviar)
(Exhibited at SAS Royal Hotel 1960)

 

Wallpapers Fly (Planes), Stave (Staffs), Komma (Comma)
Manufactured by Brdr. Dahls Tapetfabrik
(Exhibited at the exhibition Dansk Kunsthåndværk og Kunstindustri)

 

1959

 

Glostrup Town Hall
Rådhusvej 2, Glostrup
(1st prize in competition held 1953)

 

General plan for Novo Industri A/S
Bagsværd

 

Housing block for Rødovre Alm. Boligselskab (Rødovre Social Housing Association)
Ved Rådhuset 1–43, Rødovre

 

The Drop
Danish: Dråben
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Launched 2014 by Fritz Hansen in two versions with upholstered seat and seat in plastic

 

Pot easy chair
Danish: Gryden
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2018 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

Bar pendant
Danish: Barpendel
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

The Giraffe
Danish: Giraffen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen for SAS Royal Hotel

 

Little Giraffe
Danish: Lille Giraf
Design based on a prototype made by Arne Jacobsen
Launched by Fritz Hansen 2019

1960s

1960

 

SAS Royal Hotel
Hotel and Air Terminal for SAS
Including interior design, specially made furniture, lighting, fabrics, tableware, cutlery and more
Hammerichsgade 1–5, Copenhagen

 

Teak clock
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
(Gift for King Bhumibol of Thailand in connection with the King’s visit to Fritz Hansen’s furniture factory in Allerød)

 

 

1961

 

Extension for Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium
Ndr. Fasanvej 215, Copenhagen

 

Toms Chokolade A/S
Production plant
Ringvej B4/Ballerup Byvej, Ballerup

 

Ved Bellevue Bugt
Atrium houses and multi-storey housing
Strandvejen 415–417, Klampenborg

 

Single-family home for Gertie Wandel
Prins Axels Vej 13, Gentofte
(Awarded a prize from Gentofte Municipality in 1962)

 

Proposal for Onderlinge’s headquarter
Bazar Straat, The Hague, The Netherlands
(Not realized)

 

 

1962

 

Competition for town hall in Essen, Germany
(Not realized)

 

Bridge project with engineer Schmidl
(Not realized)

 

Etude chair
Designed for St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 1978 by Fritz Hansen in a modified version with and without armrests

 

St. Catherine’s Easy chair
Danish: St. Catherine’s Lænestol
Designed for St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 1984 by Fritz Hansen in a modified version

 

 

1963

 

Proposal for parliament building in Islamabad, Pakistan
(Not realized)

 

Competition for administration building with Otto Weitling
For mortgage credit fund Byggeriets Realkreditfond in Copenhagen
(4th prize. Not realized)

 

Oxford lamp
Danish: Oxfordlampe
Table lamp designed for St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

Oxford pendant lamp
Danish: Oxfordpendel
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

 

1964

 

St. Catherine’s College
Including garden design, interior design, furniture, lighting, fittings
Manor Road, Oxford, England

 

Nyager School
Elementary school for Rødovre Municipality
Nyager Vænge 14, Rødovre
(1st prize in competition 1959)

 

Sports hall for Landskrona Municipality
Karlslundsvägen, Landskrona, Sweden
(Revised proposal for a new city hall, library and sports hall 1957. Employee: Hans Dissing)

 

Proposal for art museum, Hannover, Germany with Otto Weitling
(Not Realized)

 

Proposal for public swimming baths in Lyngby
(Not realized. Employee: Hans Dissing)

 

Competition for a town hall in the future city centre of Herlev Municipality
(3rd prize. Not realized. employees: Knud Munk and engineer Folmer Andersen)

 

Competition for a House of Industry and a building for the brewery group A/S De Forenede Bryggerier
Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen
(1st prize. Not realized)

 

Upholstery fabric series 990*
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

Textile patterns*
Polygon, Kvast (Tassel), Ranker (Vines), Ypsilon, Skov (Forest), Gran (Pine), Vinkler (Angles), And (Duck)
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

 

1965

 

Foyer building with Otto Weitling
Including Proposal for tower with a restaurant and viewing patio with Otto Weitling (Not realized)
Herrenhausen Palace Gardens, Hannover, Germany

 

The Oxford series
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

The Tilt Chair series
Danish: Vippestolen
Lounge chair with tilting back and accompanying tables, office chair and desk
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Bedside lamp
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen

 

 

1966

 

Proposal for art student residence hall
Copenhagen
(Not realized)

 

The Oksen Chair (the Ox Chair)
Danish: Oksen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2017 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

 

1967

 

Proposal for hotel and shopping centre Eldon Square in Newcastle, England
(Not realized)

 

Competition proposal for Amsterdam city hall, the Netherlands
(Cash prize. Not realized)

 

Summer residence by Tissø
Arne Jacobsen’s private summer residence
Conversion of a smallholding into holiday cottage
Near Tissø, West Zealand 

 

Cylinda-Line
Tableware series in stainless steel
Manufactured by Stelton. Still in production
(Awarded the ID Prize in 1967 and The International Design Award in 1968)

 

Loudspeaker for Braun
(Installed in Arne Jacobsen’s own summer residence by Tissø)

 

 

1968

 

Pre Pop chair
Manufactured by ASKO, Finland

 

Rover safari chair
Manufactured by ASKO, Finland

 

Curtain fabric 1548 and 1558*
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

Printed curtain fabrics 6124 and 6089*
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

 

1969

 

Administration building for HEW with Otto Weitling
Überseering 12, Hamburg, Germany 

 

Industrial facilities for Novo Industri A/S
Smørmosevej 25, Bagsværd

 

Production plant for Novo Industri A/S
Hillerødgade 42, Copenhagen N

 

Production plant for Novo Industri A/S
Hallas Allé 1, Kalundborg

 

Rødovre Main Library
Including garden design, interior design and furniture
Rødovre Parkvej 140, Rødovre 

 

VOLA
Series of taps and accessories
Manufactured by I.P. Lunds Eftf.
Manufactured today by VOLA
(Supplemented and further developed by Dissing+Weitling)

 

The Lily
Danish: Liljen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen
Relaunched 2007 by Fritz Hansen. Still in production

 

Proposal for plastic office chair*
Model in plaster cast
Designed for Fritz Hansen
(Not realized)

 

Proposal for office furniture*
Designed for Munch Møbler
(Not realized)

1970s

1970

 

Novo Chemische Industrie with Otto Weitling
Kantstrasse 2, Mainz, Germany 

 

Kubeflex
Construction system for holiday cottages
Manufactured by N.S. Høm
(Only one test house was built. Employee: Ellen Waade)

 

Kvadraflex
Standard house system
Bredekærs Vænge 4-8, Ishøj

 

The Mill House
Danish: Møllehuset
Standard house system
(Not realized)

 

Proposal for concrete components for standard houses for A. Jespersen & Søn
(Not realized)

 

The TV Chair
Danish: TV-stolen
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

 

1971

 

Christianeum with Otto Weitling
Upper secondary school
Otto Ernst Strasse, Hamburg Othmarschen, Germany
(1st Prize in invited competition held 1966)

 

Competition proposal for RUC (Roskilde University)
(Not realized)

 

Interior design of offices for American Express Bank
Højbro Plads 8, Copenhagen K
(Eliminated)

 

The National Bank of Denmark
Including interior design, garden design and furniture and fittings
Havnegade 5, Copenhagen K
(1st prize in invited competition held 1969. Stages two and three completed by Dissing + Weitling in 1978)

 

Bankers wall clock
For the above work of architecture
Manufactured by Louis Poulsen
Relaunched 2009 by Rosendahl. Still in production

 

Djob series
Office furniture series
Manufactured by Scandinavian Office Organization Ltd.

 

Series 3400
Combination furniture, lounge chair and sofa
Manufactured by Fritz Hansen

 

Proposal for Know Down furniture
Chair, coffee table and daybed
Manufactured by I.D.C. Ltd., Israel
(Not realized)

 

Upholstery fabric series 116*
Manufactured by Cotil (C. Olesen Tekstiler)

 

 

1972

 

Competition for Baltic holiday centre, swimming baths and Burgtiefe Spa with Otto Weitling
Fehmarn island, Germany
(1st prize in competition held 1965. Completed by Dissing+Weitling after a number of modifications)

 

 

1973

 

Mainz City Hall with Otto Weitling
Including interior design, furniture and lighting
(1st prize in competition for city hall and shopping center. Completed by Dissing+Weitling. The so-called Bridge Tower completed 1975–76 by Dissing+Weitling)

 

 

1976

 

Castrop-Rauxel city centre with Otto Weitling
Castrop-Rauxel, Germany
(1st prize in invited competition held 1966. Completed by Dissing+Weitling)

 

The National Bank of Kuwait
Kuwait
(Proposal 1966. Completed by Dissing+Weitling)

 

Østerled
Residence for Gentofte Børnevenner (Children’s friends)
Korsgårdsvej 4, 2920 Charlottenlund
(Proposal 1969. Completed by Dissing+Weitling)

 

 

1977

 

The Royal Danish Embassy in London
55 Sloane Street, London SW1, UK
(Proposal 1969. Completed by Dissing+Weitling)