Larsen created timeless, classic pieces which still feel modern today
(1917-1987) Ejner Larsen completed his training as a decorator and upholsterer in 1936 and went on to study furniture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1940. He taught at the Academy from 1942 until 1957 while working for various prominent cabinetmakers. Later on Larsen was appointed head of the architecture department at the Christiansborg Palace Administration and from 1977 onwards he worked as a State and Castle Inventory Inspector, resigning in 1986 due to illness.
He worked closely alongside Aksel Bender Madsen and the two became leaders in the Danish Modern Period. Larsen created timeless, classic pieces which still feel modern today.
Rosewood and black leather
H74 x 215 x 92 cm H29 x 84 x 36 in.