Grete Jalk


Grete Jalk (1920–2006) was a renowned Danish designer celebrated for her innovative contributions to Scandinavian modernism. Known for her elegant yet practical furniture, Jalk's most iconic work is the "GJ Chair," designed in 1963, which features two molded plywood pieces that interlock seamlessly, exemplifying her mastery of form and function. Her designs prioritize simplicity, functionality, and innovative material use, creating timeless furniture that continues to influence contemporary design while epitomizing the spirit of Danish modernism.