1960s AJ Dot Stools Designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

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1960s AJ Dot Stools Designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen.

Set of two Danish modern teak dot stools designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen. A minimal design with endless uses. Gleaming teak circle top supported by a sturdy enamel base. Teak wood surface has nice patina, with clean edges all around. Stools may be stacked neatly when not in use. Stamped underneath. Made in Denmark.


Height : 46 cm

Diameter : 32 cm

About The Designer: 

Arne Jacobsen (born Feb. 11, 1902, Copenhagen—died March 24, 1971, Copenhagen) Danish architect and designer of many important buildings in an austere modern style; he is known internationally for his industrial design, particularly for his three-legged stacking chair (1952) and his “egg” chair (1959), the back and seat of which were formed of cloth-covered plastic.

Jacobsen received his diploma in 1928 from the Copenhagen Academy of Arts. His first buildings date from 1930, but his first major work was the Bellavista Housing Estate (1933) at Klampenborg, near Copenhagen, where each house offers a view of the sea.


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