ARCHITECT MADE
— Case Study

Design

The collaboration between designed spaces and specifically designed objects threads through Danish architectural practice and has resulted in classics created by such renowned architects as Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Poul Henningsen. Finn Juhl’s Pelican Chair was designed for the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition of 1940 while Arne Jacobsen’s Bellevue Lamp was made for the House of the Future in 1929.  
In Ark Journal VOL IV, the Case Study mingling classics with contemporary examples was shot in the Langelinie Pavilion, designed in 1954 by the Danish architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel and built between 1956 and 1958. For the restaurant in 1958, Louis Poulsen created one of the most recognisable lamps of the 20th century, Poul Henningsen’s Artichoke Lamp.
 
See the enduring partnership between form, feature, space and place, within the light-filled and functionalist International Style of the Langelinie Pavilion, in Ark Journal VOL IV.

Styling Pernille Vest
Photography Heidi Lerkenfeldt
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ARCHITECT MADE — Case Study

Design

The collaboration between designed spaces and specifically designed objects threads through Danish architectural practice and has resulted in classics created by such renowned architects as Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Poul Henningsen. Finn Juhl’s Pelican Chair was designed for the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition of 1940 while Arne Jacobsen’s Bellevue Lamp was made for the House of the Future in 1929.  
In Ark Journal VOL IV, the Case Study mingling classics with contemporary examples was shot in the Langelinie Pavilion, designed in 1954 by the Danish architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel and built between 1956 and 1958. For the restaurant in 1958, Louis Poulsen created one of the most recognisable lamps of the 20th century, Poul Henningsen’s Artichoke Lamp.
 
See the enduring partnership between form, feature, space and place, within the light-filled and functionalist International Style of the Langelinie Pavilion, in Ark Journal VOL IV.

Styling Pernille Vest
Photography Heidi Lerkenfeldt
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