HANS SANDGREN JAKOBSEN

Published
02.03.2016
The Danish studio HANS SANDGREN JAKOBSEN was established in 1999 in Grenaa. Ever since, they have created furniture with a love for the Scandinavian design tradition.

Furniture designer Hans Sandgren Jakobsen explores the material’s potential and challenges the technology behind, in an effort to develop furniture with an evident and simple expression. Hans Sandgren Jakobsen, is a trained cabinet maker and furniture designer and in his work he combines drawing and model workshop, to constantly optimize the final form and as a result ensure the best product. Innovation and aesthetics are equally important values for Hans Sandgren Jakobsen when he is designing a product. His objective is always to end up with a piece of furniture that reflects his craftsmanship and attention to detail.

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Cobra design Hans Tyge and Hans Sandgren Jakobsen for Labofa Holmris

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The COBRA chair has got its obvious name due to the very distinctive and sweeping back conjuring up the raised head of the snake.

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The shape of the back, its gentle flexing movement, supports the lumbar very well and is the result of precise calculations and numerous ergonomic tests.

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The aim of the new product line, Flexa Baby, was to create a line of furniture that lasts for generations.

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Together with the FLEXA product development team, HANS SANDGREN JAKOBSEN has designed a collection of products, which grow with the child and combine simplicity, functionality and softness all in one.

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FLEXA baby is a result of simplicity in the design, functionality in the materials and softness in the shape.

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The adjustable FLEXA high chair ensures a perfect fit. From 6 month - 6 years

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The idea of the Apple stool first “arrived” close to the submission date. The first inspiration came from the shape of an egg, but the need for a seat, lead to the final apple-shape.

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The fundamental geometric forms – the circle and the triangle – are key elements in the design of the Radon series.

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The Radon Floor lamp designed by Hans Sandgreen Jakobsen for Lightyears

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Playfurn comes from the name Play Furniture and invites to play with an aesthetic dimension.

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Rockable is made from 37 staves, each equipped with a turned knob, which are driven into a circular foot, thus creating a convex seat for a 43 cm high stool that slightly rocks.

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The GALLERY stool is made out of ten layers of plywood cut out in a 53 cm x 125 cm rectangle and stressed to the limit of the material’s capacity.

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GALLERY

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The Turning Boxes can be turned, twisted, displaced or combined into a solitary sculpture, like a game of Chinese checkers, and which can be accessed from any side.