Arne Vodder (1926-2009)

Thank you to Mid-Centuria for bringing to our attention the work of Danish designer and architect Arne Vodder (1926-2009). Vodder studied with furniture designer Finn Juhl; the two were good friends and later became business partners. Vodder designed furniture for a number of Danish companies but is best known for the work he did for Sibast Furniture in the 1950-1960’s.  The teak and rosewood sideboards he designed during this period are iconic pieces of mid-century modern furniture.1

Visit Mid-centuria to view more of Vodder’s work.

Arne Vodder cabinet

Arne Vodder, Credenza (circa late 1950s).
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Reference

1. Deconet, (2011). Arne Vodder. http://www.deconet.com/decopedia/designer/1239/Arne_Vodder#

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