House of Finn Juhl Relaunches Finn Juhl's Perhaps Least Iconic Chair
Finn Juhl is renowned for his iconic furniture designs and for revolutionising the Danish furniture tradition with his sculptural and artistic design language. His most striking pieces, such as the Chieftain Chair and the Pelican Chair, are often the center of conversations on the importance of Danish furniture. However, today, on the 7th of June, during the design festival 3daysofdesign in Copenhagen, we present his perhaps most understated design: the 77 Chair. With its refined and simple expression, this piece of furniture is probably Finn Juhl's most atypical design as it traces lineage back to the design language prevalent during the Bauhaus era.
The 10th anniversary of the annual design festival, 3daysofdesign, is returning to Copenhagen from June 7th to June 9th, 2023. Our showroom in central Copenhagen will set the stage for a vibrant relaunch by Finn Juhl. Throughout the festival, visitors can expect a series of exciting events showcasing our latest news, as well as timeless classics by Finn Juhl.
During 3daysofdesign, our showroom will be open at the following hours:
Wednesday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Address: Gothersgade 9, Copenhagen
We look forward to welcoming you to our showroom.
House of Finn Juhl Reissues the Fireplace Chair as a Testament to the Resurgence of Danish Craftsmanship
House of Finn Juhl is delighted to announce the relaunch of the Fireplace Chair, a timeless design originally conceived by Finn Juhl in 1946. Despite being out of production for six decades, the chair's distinctive design has been kept alive through the efforts of auction houses and media across the globe, solidifying its status as a highly sought-after design classic. The chair's desirability on the vintage market is no coincidence. With sensual details such as the paper-knife armrest and its lavish, informal comfort, the Fireplace Chair is a true Finn Juhl classic.
View the Full Collection
Finn Juhl designed furniture with the human body in mind. This characteristic made him stand out from his midcentury peers in Denmark and Scandinavia alike. Rather than limiting himself to thinking in terms of practical construction, Finn Juhl adopted the mindset of a sculptor when shaping furniture.
Browse Our Catalogues
Click and flick through the pages of our Finn Juhl catalogues. Along with a bunch of inspiring, captivating images, the catalogues tell the story about the Finn Juhl designs relaunched in our furniture collection, including information about e.g. the materials and sizes available. On our catalogue page you can also download the catalogue as a pdf to save and restore on your own device.
Production and Craftsmanship
We want to continue to shed light upon the great amount of work that goes into producing each and every piece of Finn Juhl's sculptural furniture. It is crucial that the details must be as fine and pure as if it came from the old cabinetmakers’ workshop, but our understanding of quality also includes durability. The furniture has to be so durable that the pieces can be enjoyed by people today and by generations to come. With respect for the tradition and the demand for longevity, we put only the best materials in the hands of the most dedicated and skilled craftspeople.
Finn Juhl in the Now
Besides our main showroom at Gothersgade 9 there are plenty of venues to discover Finn Juhl around Copenhagen. Meet Finn Juhl at some of the most exquisite restaurants, the hippest coffee bar, the finest sailor-sweater shop and at a stylish 5-star hotel.