Arne Jacobsen (Conpenhague, 1902-1971) was a Danish industrial designer and architect. After studying four years in a construction school, he entered the Faculty of Architecture of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. He was very productive, both as an architect and as a designer.
Among his most important architectural works are the St. Catherine's College in Oxford, the SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, the headquarters of the National Bank of Denbrand in Copenhagen and the Royal Danish Embassy in Knightsbridge (London). Many of the furniture he designed have become classics, including the 1951 Ant chair and the Swan and Egg armchairs, as well as the 3300 Series.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different brands of furniture and lighting and designed by Arne Jacobsen in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us any additional information.