Arne Jacobsen’s private home in Charlottenlund
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Download the publication about Arne Jacobsen’s family home in Charlottenlund which is considered an iconic example of Jacobsen’s international period. With its whitewashed walls and cubistic lines, this house represents the first time Jacobsen allowed himself to draw inspiration from international functionalism.
Arne Jacobsens house in Charlottenlund is his first building inspired by international functionalism, designed as home for his family and drawing office. Many of functionalism's characteristics are present: flat roof, asymmetric facades, steelframed windows - including corner windows. The property was listed 1987 and is considered an icon for Arne Jacobsen's international period.
20 pages with photos and drawings.