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Item No. 100151819

Nyhavn Desk

C$ 8,745.00
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Item No. 100151819

Nyhavn Desk

C$ 8,745.00
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  • 28.35" H 33.07" W 66.54" D
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Designed by Finn Juhl for Onecollection
Nyhavn Desk
C$ 8,745.00
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After studying at the famous Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and working for architect Vilhelm Lauritzen, Finn Juhl set up his own design office in 1945 at the address of Nyhavn 33 in central Copenhagen. For this space, he designed a wonderfully slim and simple desk with steel legs and walnut “toes.” Furthering its streamlined aesthetic, Juhl designed the Nyhavn Desk (1945) with three colorful sliding trays built into a box that appears to float below the tabletop. One of the first versions of this desk can still be seen by visitors to Juhl’s Charlottenlund home, which is now part of the Ordrupgaard Museum. This is an authentic, fully licensed product of House of Finn Juhl. Made in Denmark.

Suitable for a variety of different spaces.
A streamlined design with a pop of color.
Brand Onecollection
General Dimensions
  • 28.35" H 33.07" W 66.54" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Nyhavn Desk

  • Height (in): 28.35
  • Width (in): 33.07
  • Depth (in): 66.54
  • #of Drawers: 3
  • Drawer Width (in): 15.7
  • Drawer Depth (in): 10.2
  • Hand-burnished steel base with wooden feet
  • Walnut veneer over MDF top
  • Lacquered wood sliding trays
Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl

When you look at the graceful shapes and sensual curves of Finn Juhl’s work, you may be shocked to realize that he designed these pieces 60 to 70 years ago. A pioneering force in his own country, Finn Juhl is also credited, along with fellow Danes Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Borge Mogensen and Poul Kjaerholm, with introducing Danish modern to midcentury America.

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