A Jacobsen Swan chair adorns the home of Johnny Lökaas and Conny Ahlgren in the tiny town of Landskrona, Sweden.
Photo by Mark Seelen
Photo by: Mark Seelen
A pair of architects renovated their own home in Sydney and incorporated six Arne Jacobsen Series 7 dining chairs for Fritz Hansen (and a Nomos table base by Sir Norman Foster for Tecno).
Courtesy of: Vang@taverne-agency.com
Jean-Christophe Aumas rests on a vintage Swan sofa in his multihued Paris apartment.
Photo by Christian Schaulin
Photo by: Christian Schaulin
These mini modernists, otherwise known as architect Jesse Bornstein’s kids, chill in Jacobsen chairs at their home in Santa Monica, California.
Photo by Catherine Ledner
Photo by: Catherine Ledner
In this Brussels mansion, a stack of 1955 Grand Prix chairs rests besides a minimal art piece.
Photo by Chris Tubbs
Photo by: Chris Tubbs
In the bedroom of a 1920s house in Atlanta reworked by designer Barbara Hill, the AJ table lamp joins side tables from West Elm.
Photo by Gregory Miller
Photo by: Gregory Miller
We’d never forget the (arguably) most popular Jacobsen design: the Egg chair. In this Palo Alto, California, residence built by architect Cass Calder Smith, the iconic design holds court in a sitting room.
Photo by: Joe Fletcher
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