President Barack Obama’s Visit to Denmark
During Barack Obama’s lecture in Denmark, he was seated in Finn Juhl's iconic Chieftain Chair. The former president Barack Obama paid a visit to Denmark, more specifically Kolding, to take part in a Q&A session alongside business leaders and students at Syddansk University. The event was hosted by Business Kolding.
After the lecture President Barack Obama checked in at Hotel Koldingfjord, where he would spend the night in the Finn Juhl-suite. The Finn Juhl-suite is located in the main building of the hotel and consists of a separate bedroom and a combined dining and living room area. In the living room, Finn Juhl's 46 sofa, Eye Table and the two Delegate Chairs induce a relaxed mood, inviting the president to enjoy a moment of peace. The spacious dining room area is decorated with Finn Juhl's Nyhavn Table and 4 accompanying 109 Chairs. Standing next to the dining table is the iconic Sideboard, with its white and blue drawers.
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Finn Juhl-suite at Hotel Koldingfjord
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