You may have noticed that Barack Obama was seated in Finn Juhl's iconic Chieftain Chair during his lecture a few weeks ago in Denmark. But, did you know that he also stayed in the Finn Juhl-suite at Hotel Koldingfjord?
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. 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.
About the Finn Juhl-suite
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.