1920s

1925

 

Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes, Paris
Participation with a chair (awarded a silver medal)

 

 

1927

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition, Copenhagen
Participation with Library Furniture

 

 

1929

 

The Danish Association of Architects’ Housing and Building Exhibition in Forum, Copenhagen
Participation with House of the Future with Flemming Lassen and the Paris chair
Exhibition stall for the roofing felt factory Phønix A/S, Vejen
Bar for CLOC

1930s

1932

 

Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild’s exhibition
Participation with living room furniture with Flemming Lassen

 

Radiofoniudstillingen (The Broadcasting Exhibition), Industribygningen, Copenhagen
Exhibition design and poster for the exhibition

 

 

1934

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Dragør Strandbad (Dragør Beach Baths)

 

 

1936

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with the building for Novo at Frederiksberg, the H.I.K. tennis hall, the bank branch office Sct. Stefan and single-family detached houses 

 

 

1939

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Stelling House

 

80 years of architecture drawings at Charlottenborg
Participation

1940s

1940

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with proposal for Søllerød Town Hall with Flemming Lassen

 

 

1941

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with for Aarhus City Hall with Erik Møller

 

Charlottenborg Christmas Exhibition, Copenhagen
Participation with watercolours 

 

 

1943

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Søllerød Town Hall with Flemming Lassen and printed textiles with Jonna Møller

 

 

1944

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with locker room building at the YMCA in Emdrup

 

Handtryckta Textilier. Och därmed harmonierande tapeter, Nordiska Kompaniet, Stockholm
Solo exhibition of printed textiles

 

 

1945

 

Lord & Taylor,  New York
Exhibition of upholstery and curtain fabrics

 

 

1946

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with wallpapers and printed textiles 

 

 

1948

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with proposal for the terraced house development Søholm 

 

Exhibition with sculptor Hugo Liisberg at the Danish Museum of Art & Design (now Designmuseum Danmark), Copenhagen
Exhibition of printed textiles

1950s

1950

 

The National Danish Crafts Association’s exhibition
Participation with printed textiles 

 

L’Architecture contemporaine Danoise, Musée Municipal d’Art Moderne, Paris
Participation with Bellavista, Stelling House, Aarhus City Hall, Søllerød Town Hall

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Student housing for Gentofte Kommunes Ungdomsboliger, interior design for coffee import firm L. Paulsen & Co., the terraced housing development Søholm, proposal for day nursery and kindergarten for Foreningen Børnevennerne and the proposal for a hunting association lodge in Vejle

 

Danish Architecture of Today, RIBA, London
Participation with the tennis hall for H.I.K. and Aarhus City Hall, among other projects 

 

 

1951

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with projects for the single-family detached house for C. A. Møller and Munkegaard School, among other designs 

 

 

1952

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with the terraced housing development Søholm, among other projects  

 

The National Danish Crafts Association’s exhibition, Zurich
Presentation of the Ant

 

 

1953

 

The National Danish Crafts Association’s spring exhibition, Copehagen, Aarhus, Odense, Oslo
Participation with the Ant, furniture for the American-Scandinavian Foundation and printed textiles

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Single-family home for engineer C.A. Møller, Hårby Centralskole, the social housing development Islevvænge and the experimental classroom for Munkegaard School 

 

 

1954

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with the Massey-Harris building, proposals for terraced housing developments on Ørnegårdsvej and an office building for A. Jespersen & Søn

 

Architecture exhibition at Aarhus City Hall 
Participation with watercolors and the Munkegaard School, among other projects

 

 

1955

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation as main exhibitor with several single-family detached homes, Rødovre Town Hall, Glostrup Town Hall and the housing development Søholm III

 

H55 International Exhibition of Applied Arts of Housing and the Interior, Helsingborg
Participation
with Series 7 and as the exhibition architect for the Danish section of the exhibition

 

Habitations individuelles au Danemark, The House of Denmark, Paris
Participation with several single-family detached homes and Series 7

 

 

1956

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation

 

 

1957

 

Hverdagens Stole (Everyday Chairs), The Danish Museum of Art & Design
Participation with the Ant, Series 7 and Grand Prix, among other designs 

 

Charlottenborg Autumn Exhibition
Solo exhibition featuring Munkegaard School, office building for A. Jespersens & Søn, Rødovre Town Hall and summer residence Kokfelt, among other designs 

 

XI Triennale in Milan
Participation with Grand Prix chair, loudspeaker and AJ cutlery, among other designs (awarded the Grand Prix for the Grand Prix chair and a silver medal for the loudspeaker)

 

The International Architectural Exhibition Interbau, Berlin
Participation with four atrium houses, one of which was decorated with designs such as the Grand Prix chair, Series 7, the Ant, Eklipta, Royal Lamp, among other designs

 

 

1958

 

Interskandinaviska Artek, Stockholm
Participation with the plywood chairs

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with SAS Royal Hotel, among other designs  

 

Formes Scandinaves, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
Participation with a proposal for the interior design of SAS Royal Hotel, including a presentation of the Swan and the Egg 

 

 

1959

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation

 

RIBA, London
Solo exhibition

 

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Solo exhibition

1960s

1960

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation

 

Exhibition of Danish architecture, The House of Denmark in Paris
Participation with the Munkegaard School

 

XII Triennale in Milan
Participation with chairs, including the Ant and the Egg

 

The Arts of Denmark, travelling exhibition premiering at the Metropolitan Museum, New York
Participation

 

 

1961

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with Saint Catherine’s College

 

L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui,The House of Denmark in Paris
Participation

 

 

1962

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation

 

 

1963

 

Exhibition of indoor architecture in celebration of the 550th anniversary of Landskrona, Sweden
Participation

 

The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna
Solo exhibition

 

 

1964

 

Dansk Arkitektur i Udlandet (Danish Architecture Abroad), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
Participation

 

Documenta III, Kassel
Participation with the Egg, among other designs

 

 

1965

 

Fredericia Furniture Fair
Participation with the Oxford series, among other designs 

 

 

1966

 

Fredericia Furniture Fair
Participation with the Oksen chair (the Ox) and the Vippestolen (Tilt chair) series

 

 

1967

 

Danish Design Centre, Copenhagen
Solo exhibition

 

 

1968

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation

 

McLellan Galleries, Glasgow
Solo exhibition

 

 

1969

 

Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition
Participation with proposal for public swimming baths in Lyngby, competition proposal for Amsterdam city hall, Castrop-Rauxel city centre and Mainz City Hall with Otto Weitling and VOLA, among other designs

 

Scandinavian Furniture Fair, Copenhagen
Participation with the Lily, among other designs 

1970s

1970

 

Scandinavian Furniture Fair
Participation with the TV chair and the Lily

 

1971

 

Scandinavian Furniture Fair
Participation with Series 3400, among other designs

Major recent exhibitions

Major recent exhibitions

1987

 

Arne Jacobsen. Architecte et designer danois 1902-1971, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
Retrospective

 

 

2002

 

Arne Jacobsen – Absolutely Modern, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
Retrospective

 

 

2020

 

Arne Jacobsen – Designing Denmark, Trapholt, Kolding
Retrospective

 

Gesamtkunstwerke. Architecture by Arne Jacobsen and Otto Weitling in Germany
Berlin, Fehmarn, Mainz, Hannover, Castrop-Rauxel, Hamburg
Retrospective