The nature-loving botanist
Arne Jacobsen was heavily influenced by the renowned designer couple Charles and Ray Eames. In 1952 he broke onto the Modern design scene with the AntTM, which was succeeded by the Series 7TM in 1955. Arne Jacobsen was very productive both as a designer and architect, designing the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen at the end of the 1950s.
The insistent creative proces
These aspects of the design process, therefore, were never the basis of his designs, although there are strong indications that the limitations presented by the properties of materials gave Jacobsen a productive framework and brought a certain calm to the creative restlessness.
Famous Arne Jacobsen Designs
Arne Jacobsen is responsible for some of the most iconic pieces and styles of furniture in Scandinavian furntiure history. Some of his more notable pieces include the 'Ant' chair, the 'Grand Prix' dining set, and the 'Series 7' line.