Finn Juhl's association with furniture manufacturer France & Son resulted in a series of furniture well suited for industrial production, while remaining true to the ideals of simple designs that reigned in the 1950s.
The most famous example of this cooperation is probably the Japan series of 1953, which consists of an armchair and a two-seater, three-seater sofa.
The sublime simplicity of this series is far from its previous furniture designs and is inspired by traditional Japanese construction techniques. The solid horizontal backrest, resting on the slightly narrow legs, is a reference to the door of a Japanese temple. The backrest ends in a circular recess, adding an optically refined impression with great effect. That was very typical of Finn Juhl, who said the difference is in the details.
Even with this simple construction, Finn Juhl is faithful to his idea of emphasizing the difference between the subject elements and those of supports by separating the backrest of the frame with brass supports. Details: Japan armchair with walnut structure and upholstered in Coda 2 0410 fabric.
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