House Call: Jacob Holm of Fritz Hansen in Denmark by

Issue 13 · Silver Things · November 29, 2007

House Call: Jacob Holm of Fritz Hansen in Denmark

Issue 13 · Silver Things · November 29, 2007

The townhouse of Jacob Holm, head of Fritz Hansen, in Klampenborg, Denmark, and his wife, industrial designer Barbara Bendix Becker, is a masterful juxtaposition of antique gilt mirrors and sleek Poul Kjaerholm pieces.

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Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK22 Wicker Chairs ($3,229 at DWR) and black leather PK80 daybed.

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Above: Poul Kjaerholm dining table and chairs; Poul Henningsen lamp; painting by Mogens Andersen from the 1950s.

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Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK24 chaise longue in black leather.

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Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK22 Easy Chair in black leather; $4,027 at DWR, and PK61 table in granite.

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Above: Library chairs by Arne Jacobsen; Cecilie Manz orange ladder (go to Moormann for information).

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Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK8 chairs and PK58 table.



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