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Gæsteblogger #9: Nyt møbelunivers til københavnere, møbel feinschmecker og turister

House of Finn Juhl Copenhagen på Nordre Toldbod -ved Gefion-springvandet ud mod vandet og med udsigt til Operaen på Holmen- er gået hen og blevet en fantastisk lille oase ved havnen. Stedet er blevet til i et samarbejde mellem Galleri Feldt og One Collection. Det er både en koncept forretning for galleriets kunder og et showroom for Finn Juhl møbler fra One Collection.

Galleri Feldt, som ejes og drives af Louise Feldt og Martin Arno Mathiesen, har haft galleri for moderne møbelkunst i to år på adressen, hvorfra de sælger brugte møbelklassikere, hvor så meget patina og historie som muligt er bevaret i møblerne. Galleriet har igennem den seneste tid haft et specielt fokus på værker af Finn Juhl (det er 100 året for hans fødsel). ”Vores kunder kommer fra hele verden og de betragter ofte de gamle vintagemøbler lige så meget som kunst som egentlige brugsmøbler”, forklarer Martin Arno Mathiesen. “Vi var ikke sikre på, hvordan vore kunder ville reagere på nyproducerede møbler, så det var et forsøg. Det blev en succes, og mange kunder kunne med det samme se koblingen mellem nyt og gammelt i Finn Juhls møbler. Ja, vi har sågar solgt nye Finn Juhl-møbler til vores mest passionerede vintagekunder”, fortæller Martin Arno Mathiesen. De har nu slået dørene op for et større og helt  ny-renovereret showroom.

Sanseligt showroom
Til ”House of Finn Juhl” er valgt en ren og afslappet atmosfære med mesterens møbler – et hvidt, minimalistisk udtryk, der gør det muligt at sanse møblerne. ”For Finn Juhl var det ’at sanse’ meget vigtigt. Hans møbler er sanselige og skal opleves”, fastslår Ivan Hansen fra One Collection.

Det arkitektoniske greb og rumlige detaljer har undertegnet stået for, udstilling og æstetisk rådgivning er udført af Heidi Saatterup der er fast tilknyttet Galleri Feldt som indretningskonsulent.


New furniture universe for resident, furniture connoisseur and tourists
House of Finn Juhl Copenhagen on Nordre Toldbod -by the Gefionfontänen faced to the sea and overlooking the Opera House on Holmen- has grown to become a great little oasis in the harbor. The place is the result of a collaboration between the Gallery Feldt and One Collection. It is both a business concept for the gallery’s customers and a showroom for Finn Juhl furniture from One Collection.

Gallery Feldt, owned by Louise Feldt and Martin Arno Mathiesen, has had a gallery for contemporary furniture design for two years at this address from where they sell used furniture classics. The gallery has over recent times had a special focus on works by Finn Juhl (it’s 100 year anniversary of his birth). “Our customers come from all over the world and they often consider the old vintage furniture as much as art as actual furniture,” explains Martin Arno Mathiesen. “We were not sure how our customers would react to newly manufactured furniture, so it was an experiment. It was a success and many customers could immediately see the connection between old and new in Finn Juhl’s furniture. We have even sold new Finn Juhl furniture for our most passionate vintage customers, “says Martin Arno Mathiesen. They have now opened the doors to a bigger and brand new showroom.

Sensual showroom
At “House of Finn Juhl” they have selected a clean and relaxed atmosphere to complement his furniture – a white, minimalist expression that makes the perception of the furniture possible. “For Finn Juhl the ‘perception’ and the sensuality was very important. His furniture is transcendental and must be seen”, says Ivan Hansen from One Collection.

The architectural concept and spatial detail by Tine Mouritsen and the exhibition / aesthetic counseling is done by Heidi Saatterup who is working for Gallery Feldt as an interior design consultant.

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