100 not out for Arne's designs

February 2002
Cabinet Maker;2/1/2002, Issue 5272, p29
Trade Publication
Reports the release of the commemorative collection of furniture and lighting designer, Arne Jacobsen. Celebration of the centenary of the birth of the designer; Sponsorship by Louis Poulsen and Fritz Hansen; Introduction of the three-legged Egg table.


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