Arne Jacobsen

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Chronicle Books, May 13, 2004 - Architecture - 104 pages
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The newest addition to the successful Compact Design Portfolio series focuses on a designer whose work is as visionary as it is recognizable; Arne Jacobsen, a midcentury modern master whose Ant Chair now outnumbers the population of his native Denmark. As with the other titles in the series, this book is written by a renowned design critic and provides a substantial gallery of the designer's works in a handy package. Authoritative, attractive, and supremely affordable, the Compact Design Portfolio is easily the best‑value design book series on the market.

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About the author (2004)

Christopher Mount is an educator, writer, and curator specializing in 20th‑century architecture and design. He curated Arne Jacobsen's centenary exhibition for the Scandinavia House in 2002. He lives in New York City.

Raul Cabra is the principal of Cabra Diseno, a San Francisco design firm.

Marisa Bartolucci is former executive editor of Metropolis magazine and the author of several critically acclaimed design books. She lives in New York City.