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For Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jørn Utzon, his father’s naval engineering drawings prompted a lifelong fascination with ships. Such interest is illustrated in Utzon JU1, first released in 1947, a pendant whose distinctive collared shape and sharp lines echo the industrial silhouette of a ship.
- Jørn Utzon, Denmark c.1947
- Lacquered Metal, white fabric cord
- Diameter 22cm / 8.7"
- Height 23cm / 9.1"
- E26 Bulb, 60w Max
- Cord Textile, 9.8' Length
- 5" Diameter White PVC Canopy
One of the most influential Danish architects of the 20th century, Jørn Utzon is best-known for designing the Sydney Opera House in the 1950s, an impressive building where the façade appears different from any given angle and 60-metre-high semi-curves open out towards the harbour, exemplifies his organic concept of architecture and expressive sculptural style.
Jørn Utzon’s fascination with architectural legends from the Mayan, Moroccan and Asian cultures led to what he termed “Additive Architecture”.
Spanning decades of timeless design icons – from Verner Panton’s norm-breaking Flowerpot lamp first produced in the late 1960s to Arne Jacobsen and Flemming Lassen’s Mayor sofa designed specifically for Søllerød’s city hall located in the outskirts of Copenhagen – &Tradition’s collection of furniture, lighting and interior objects ranges from reissued mid-century classics to contemporary pieces.
Once fought-over by design appreciators at auctions around the world and available to only a handful of people, many of our products – including the Mayor sofa, Viggo Boesen’s Little Petra chair and some of the newly-added Hvidt & Mølgaard designs – are retrieved from original sketches and produced on a large scale for the first time ever.
Alongside such mid-century gems are a number of contemporary pieces, the work of some of today’s most acclaimed international artists: Valencia-based Jaime Hayon, local studio Space Copenhagen, Swedish-raised designer Sami Kallio and Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll – to name a few.