- Hans J. Wegner CH-304 "Saber" Credenza for Carl Hansen c. 1950
- Hans J. Wegner AP-19 â€śPapa Bearâ€ť Chair by AP Stolen c. 1951
- George Nelson Lacquer Credenza for Herman Miller c.1946
- IB Kofod Larsen â€śPenguinâ€ť Leather & Teak Lounge Chairs
- Finn Juhl FD-136 Teak & Leather Lounge Chairs for France & Son c. 1956
- Kurt Ostervig Free Standing Bookshelf Unit c. 1960
- Hal Bienenfeld Op Art Mirror C. 1970
- Paul Evans "Cityscape" Executive Desk for Directional
Kay Bojesen was a Danish silversmith and designer who is best known for creating a wooden monkey which was exhibited at the Victoria and Albert museum in London in the nineteen-fifties, and which today is considered a design classic.
Hans JĂ¸rgensen Wegner, was a world renowned Danish furniture designer. His high quality and thoughtful work, along with a concerted effort from several of his manufacturers.
Juhl made his debut in 1937 when he commenced a collaboration with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder which would continue until 1959 and exhibited at the Cabinetmakers' Guild Exhibitions, the 11th of its kind. Therefore his early chairs were originally produced in small numbers, eighty at most, because the Guild-shows emphasized the work of the artisan over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career..
His way into product design came through his interest in Gesamtkunst and most of his designs which later became famous in their own right were created for architectural projects. Most of his furniture designs were the result of a cooperation with the furniture manufacturer with which he initiated a collaboration in 1934 while his lamps and light fixtures were developed with Louis Poulsen.