Finn Juhl United Nations Clock

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Designer
Finn Juhl
Year
1950

This elegant clock was designed by Finn Juhl as a part of the interior of the New York United Nation Trusteeship Council Chamber in 1950. It’s a stunning offering that perfectly captures the essence of Juhl’s design aesthetic. The circular shape complementing the natural qualities of the teak or stained ash wood and the numberless aluminum dial captures his flair for clever minimalism.  

Today, Finn Juhl’s United Nations Clock is handmade under licence in Denmark by Architectmade.  

$ 575 

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Dimensions
Length
cm
Depth
25
cm
Height
cm
Materials

Crafted from teak or ash and aluminium

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Finn Juhl United Nations Clock

Finn Juhl United Nations Clock

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Finn Juhl United Nations Clock

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Architectmade

Danish maker Architectmade is devoted to crafting beautiful and enduring products by famous Danish architects and designers. The collection spans the golden age of Danish modern design of the 1950’s and 60’s right through to today's most progressive New Nordic pioneers.

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Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl is one of Denmark’s most famous architects, known for his bold, sculptural forms and ultra-refined detailing. Juhl initially wanted to become an art historian and follow his passion for fine arts. His father, however, wouldn't allow a career in the arts and directed Juhl to enrol in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Architecture in Copenhagen in 1930.

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