FJ Clock Design Finn Juhl by Architectmade
The FJ Clock is designed by Finn Juhl as a part of the Interior of the New York United Nation Trusteeship Council Chamber in 1950. This clock is a masterpiece and contains the essence of the design aesthetics of Finn Juhl. The soft round forms of the teak wood combined with the aluminum of the pointers and hours capture his flair for minimalism. The FJ Clock is signed and has a diameter of 35 cm. It is an absolute eye-catcher in a design interior.
Finn Juhl is one of the most successful Danish architects of the 50’s, known for his large sculptural forms and ultra refined detailing. In 1930, he started his studies at the Royal Academy of fine arts and architecture in Copenhagen. In 1934 he worked for the prominent Danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen. In his studio he worked on large projects like the Danish Broadcasting House and the airport of Copenhagen. By its enormous success has not had time to complete his studies. In addition to his work as an architect, he is also well known for his furniture in the buildings which he designed.
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