Designer Name: Arne Vodder
Born-Died: 1926 – 2009
Style: Arne Vodder loved working with wood and preferred designs that were simplistic and practical. He often incorporated decorative panels in his work, giving them a sophisticated yet simplistic appeal.
Materials Used: Rosewood, teak, and beech
Specialized In: Furniture
History of designer: Arne Vodder trained as an architect and a cabinet maker. He was tutored by Finn Juhl in Copenhagen and graduated in 1947. After his graduation, he worked as a designer at Hindsgaul in Copenhagen. By 1950, he was ready to open his own architecture and design studio. After partnering with Anton Borg, an architect of much acclaim, their relationship grew and they remained in partnership until the 1970’s. They started designing furniture together as well as more than 10,000 low-cost housing projects.
Although he was not as known as many other furniture designers, his furniture was nevertheless in demand and was used in the White House by president Jimmy Carter. At Showplace, we have beautiful wooden pieces by Arne Vodder. These are all authentic vintage productions that will grace any room.
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