The FJ clock, designed by Finn Juhl in 1950 for the United Nations Trusteeship Council in New York, is available in 2 sizes and 2 finishes – black stained ash and teak. Its design is typical of Finn Juhl: it combines the simplicity of the forms with the natural beauty of wood to give a refined and attractive whole. The buttons marking the hours are made of aluminium.
Material teak and stained ash – aluminium
Finn Juhl is one of Denmark's most famous and accomplished architects. He is known worldwide for his bold sculptural forms and ultra-refined details.
He entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Architecture in Copenhagen in 1930, without any experience as a craftsman.
What he lacked in structural experience he made up for in vision, fashioning his creations from his overflowing imagination. Juhl's forms combine sculptural and elegant expression with functionality.