Finn Juhl


The Danish designer Finn Juhl (1912–1989) is recognized for his significant contributions to the development of Danish modernism in the mid-20th century. As an architect and designer, Juhl was known for his innovative approach to furniture design, emphasizing sculptural forms and organic shapes. His work, including the iconic "Chieftain Chair" (1949) and the "45 Chair" (1945), showcased his mastery of integrating form with function. Juhl's designs broke new ground in ergonomic and aesthetic considerations, making him a pivotal figure in the international recognition of Scandinavian design.