The FJ Clock is a design by the renowned Danish architect Finn Juhl and was part of the interior of the New York United Nation Trusteeship Council Chamber in 1950. FJ Clock elegantly captures the whole essence of Juhl's aesthetic design: the round concave shape , aluminum hands and dial and a lively surface of structured ash wood unite in a masterpiece that is both minimalist and bold. FJ Clock is part of the Finn Juhl collection of the Danish brand Architectmade.
Material: colored ash
Diameter 35 cm
Remarks: 1 x AA battery required (is not included).
Finn Juhl (1912-1989) was a Danish architect and industrial designer and one of the most iconic designers of the 20th century. Juhl studied architecture at the Architecture School of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts under Kay Fisker, a notable architect of his time, and after graduating he worked at the Vilhelm Lauritzen architectural office. In 1943 Juhl received the Christian Frederik Hansen prize for young architects and in 1945 he opened his own studio in Copenhagen.