Finn Juhl designed the FJ Sideboard with its coloured sliding doors and trays, in 1955 for BOVIRKE. It is available in two color ways, yellow-red range and blue, and four types of wood, walnut, teak, oak and Oregon pine. The frame is in hand-burnished steel. It is part of a theme with cubist wood cabinets that float on delicate steel frames with wood feet and in particular the colours which Finn Juhl arranged throughout the 1950s and 60s.
The colour elements reflected his fascination with Goethe’s famous colour circle, which placed the colours in a harmonious cohesion. Finn Juhl’s own house at Ordrupgaard in Copenhagen is a bright example of his use of colours.
Via One Collection.