Arne Jacobsen’s private residence in Klampenborg
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Arne Jacobsen’s family home at Strandvejen 413 forms part of the Søholm housing development. Søholm comprises a row of five yellow-brick terraced houses. As such, they mark a transition from whitewashed functionalism to a more Danish modernism.
The house was built as combined home and drawing office for Jacobsen. He moved here in 1951 from his previous home on Gotfred Rodes Vej and lived and worked at Strandvejen 413 until he died in 1971. The house forms part of the terrace house complex known as Søhholm situated on the coast side. The house received international attention and was listed in 1987.
16 pages with illustrations and photos.