Timeless and streamlined
The FJ Clock was designed as a part of the interior of the New York United Nation Trusteeship Council Chamber in 1950 and it captures the essence of Juhl’s design aesthetic. The circular shape complementing the natural qualities of the teak wood and the numberless aluminum dial captures his flair for clever minimalism.
Original, certified Tectona Grandis teak wood with aluminum Japanese silent movement clockwork
Diameter 34 cm
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As one of the few Danish architects in the 1950’s, Finn Juhl was an international breakthrough. To date he is one of Denmark’s most famous architects, known for his bold, sculptural forms and ultra-refined detailing. Surprisingly, unlike his fellow classmates, Juhl entered the School of Architecture in Copenhagen in 1930 without any experience as a craftsman.