Georg Jensen Arne Jacobsen table spoon mat

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The Danish luxury brand Georg Jensen was established in 1904 as a silversmith in Copenhagen. The first breakthrough of the company came with Art Nouveau works in 1917. The brand employed freelance artists and designers starting in the... more

Remarks: Arne Jacobsen created his futuristic and minimalist cutlery in 1957. Jacobsen originally designed his filigree cutlery for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. At first the design polarized considerably, but in the meantime it has become one of the great classics of Scandinavian design.
The timeless aesthetics of the design can be combined with any sophisticated table service such as from Royal Copenhagen and Rörstrand but of course with functionalist designs such as the Teema tableware from Iittala.

Material:
stainless steel
Care:
dishwasher safe
Measurements:
length 20,1 cm (7,91 inch);
Design:
Arne Jacobsen
Year of design:
1957
Country:
Denmark
EAN:
5705140283423
Item no.:
1001357
The Danish luxury brand Georg Jensen was established in 1904 as a silversmith in Copenhagen. The first breakthrough of the company came with Art Nouveau works in 1917. The brand employed freelance artists and designers starting in the 1920s. Silversmith Harald Nielsen (Pyramid cutlery) and the industrial designer of the world and Swedish prince Sigvard Bernadotte are notable from this period.

The founder's son, Jørgen Jensen, was gradually becoming more and more passionate about simple and elegant design. He was inspired by the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto with his organic design vocabulary and his functionalism that has been popular since the 1920s.
In 1985 Georg Jensen acquired the Danish silver smith A. Michelsen and has been supplying in stainless steel Denmark's most famous cutlery ever since. The famous architect designed the cutlery of Arne Jacobsen (AJ in short) for his world famous hotel Royal SAS in Copenhagen.

The elegant and minimalist lines of the collection were shaped by other designers and craftsmen like Henning Koppel, the legendary Verner Panton, Tias Eckhoff later followed by names like Nanna Ditzel, Jørgen Møller, Vivianna Bülow-Hüber and many more.

In 1984, as the last major brand in Denmark, the company introduced the Christmas collection, which remains very popular to this day. Nowadays, the luxury brand represents the typically simple elegance of Danish design, which is continued by the company with its internationally known designers.
In the last few years, well-known designers such as Alfredo Häberli, Patricia Urquiola, Helena Rohner, Monica Förster and some more have been working for the renowned luxury brand from Copenhagen.

Arne Emil Jacobsen gilt als einer der international bedeutendsten Architekten und Designer... more
Arne Jacobsen  1902-1971

Arne Jacobsen 1902-1971

Arne Emil Jacobsen gilt als einer der international bedeutendsten Architekten und Designer Dänemarks im 20. Jahrhundert. Seine Entwürfe folgten dem Stil des Funktionalismus. Arne erlernte bis 1924 den Beruf des Steinmetzes und studierte danach an der Königlich Dänischen Kunstakademie in Kopenhagen, wo er als 25-jähriger seinen Abschluss machte. Schon zwei Jahre zuvor erhielt er die Silbermedaille der Weltausstellung in Paris für einen Stuhlentwurf. Es sollten noch viele Auszeichnungen und Ehrungen folgen. Jacobsen war Professor an der Kunstakademie Kopenhagen und wurde im Laufe seines Lebens von mehreren ausländischen Universitäten und Akademien zum Dr. h.c. ernannt.

Architekt mit klarer Formensprache

Jacobsens Architektur zeichnet sich durch eine klare Formensprache aus, die sich an Geometrie und Material orientiert. Neben seinen Projekten in Dänemark war er mehrfach international tätig. Von seinen Hauptwerken sind zu erwähnen: die Rathäuser in Århus, Søllerød, Rødovre und Glostrup, das SAS Royal Hotel in Kopenhagen, die Munkegårdsschule in Gentofte, Toms Fabrikker in Ballerup, Dänemarks Nationalbank, die Sportshalle in Landskrona, das St. Cathrine's College in Oxford und das Verwaltungsgebäude der Vattenfall GmbH in Hamburg.

Designer moderner Klassiker

Im Gegensatz zu den architektonischen Arbeiten orientierten sich viele seiner Design-Projekte stärker an organischen Formen. 1932 begann Arne Jacobsen seine Zusammenarbeit mit Fritz Hansen. Im Lauf der Jahre entwarf er eine Serie von Stühlen und Sesseln die oft als Meilensteine auf dem Entwicklungsweg der heutigen Möbelkunst bezeichnet werden. Die Sitzmöbel tragen Namen wie "Die Ameise", "Das Ei", "Der Schwan", "Grand Prix" oder "Serie 7". Serie 7 ist, beispielsweise, der meistverkaufte Stuhl aller Zeiten (aktuell über 5 Millionen Stück). Für Louis Poulsen entwarf Jacobsen Hänge- und Stehlampen. Seine AJ-Stehlampe erlebte gerade im letzten Jahrzehnt ein Revival. Aber auch auf anderen Gebieten hat sich Arne Jacobsen zu neuen und epochemachenden Lösungen herausfordern lassen. Die für Stelton entworfenen Gebrauchsgegenstände der "Cylinda Line" aus Edelstahl sind moderne Klassiker geworden. Cylinda Line wurde vielfach ausgezeichnet und wird noch heute produziert. Auch die von ihm in den Jahren 1942 bis 1971 konstruierten Wand- und Tischuhren werden weiterhin nach den Originalskizzen Jacobsens hergestellt.

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