Hubertus Adam's Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013
“The writing desk that Finn Juhl designed in 1953 consists of different elements: a drop-leaf made of rosewood, a metal tube supporting structure and a suspended four drawer cabinet. The different elements are clearly legible; Juhl broke with monumental gestures and the idea of material unity as well.
Juhl’s writing desk is less organic than other danish design pieces of this time; he succeeded in blending international and Danish tendencies. For me the writing desk is one of the most striking and convincing examples of modern design.”