A house of icons
Discover the Georg Jensen designs that made history. And the collaborations behind an ever-growing catalogue of icons that stand the test of time.
THE BERNADOTTE COLLECTION
Form follows function
Swedish prince Sigvard Bernadotte was one of Scandinavia’s most prominent representatives of the functionalist movement. His designs for Georg Jensen, including the well-known Thermo Jug, are defined by clean and geometric shapes that give each piece an everlasting appeal.
THE KOPPEL PITCHER
Sculptor Henning Koppel first joined Georg Jensen’s studio in the 1940s and went on to create a striking collection of designs that have endured in history. Most notably the HK Pitcher, defined by a sleek and elegant appearance, remains one of Koppel’s most celebrated works.
Designs for every home
The true quality of good design lies in its ability to elevate any environment. Georg Jensen’s comprehensive catalogue of century-spanning designs offers a piece for every room in every home.
THE KOPPEL CLOCKS
Defined by striking minimalism, Henning Koppel’s wall clocks for Georg Jensen date back to the late 1970s. Featuring beautifully tapered black hands and an understated stainless steel case, the clocks are as contemporary as they are timeless.
THE COPENHAGEN CANDLEHOLDER
Rooted in minimalism
The son of the company’s founder, Søren Georg Jensen was inspired by the strict functionalism of the post-war period when designing the Copenhagen series. The collection’s imposing candleholder is an example of how minimalist and clean lines are an elegant addition to the home environment.