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House Call: Jacob Holm of Fritz Hansen in Denmark

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House Call: Jacob Holm of Fritz Hansen in Denmark

Julie Carlson 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.

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

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

Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK24 chaise longue in black leather.

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

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

Above: Poul Kjaerholm PK8 chairs and PK58 table.

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