KAY BOJESEN LIMOUSINE LARGE OAK
Although Kay Bojesen worked in traditional materials such as silver and wood, he was very much a man of the future. As a functionalist, Bojesen was fascinated by the streamlined lines and modern mechanics of his time. And when the car boom gained momentum in the 1930s, he was inspired to dream up a range of dynamic creations.
Designed in collaboration with Danish furniture designer Ole Wanscher, the Limousine is among his most simple and elegant designs. Now Kay Bojesen Denmark rolls out a luxury cabriolet model in two variants that cater to both driving pleasure and cool design.
Fuel for gifting The limousine is often described as the king of cars – and this elegant automobile with its long hood fits perfectly with Kay Bojesen's signature wooden creations with vibrant, joyful lines. Both the 16 cm black painted model and the full-size 32 cm wooden car give the illusion of being propelled by a well-tuned motor when placed on a desk or worktop. And, like Bojesen's other designs, their smooth, finely-crafted surface texture invites admiration and a gentle touch.
The limousine is an ideal present for first-time homeowners, newly married couples, students and anyone looking for a smooth journey towards new goals. The sleek design is also a luxury toy for interior design lovers who display the black-on-black or neutral wood-on-wood cars in dynamic tableaus around the home.