Jacob Jensen Design, a Danish brand, is Scandinavia's oldest and most award winning design consultancy. It was established in 1958 by Jacob Jensen. He was represented in museums all over the globe, among these The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, where 5 of his products are included in their permanent collection.
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Jacob Jensen was among the last great Danish designers belonging to the golden era of the 1950s known as Danish Modern. He was the first Dane to train as an industrial designer and is considered a pioneer in Danish corporate history. Christian Holmsted Olesen, Curator at The Danish Museum of Art & Design, writes that with regard to his design historical importance, several of Jacob Jensen’s works can be seen as “sophisticated extracts of 20th century design”. Jacob Jensen was for many Danes the very symbol of good design, mainly due to his work for B&O.
Clean surfaces, which upon closer investigation reveal a rich inner life. Clear lines and sharp edges inviting investigation. A delight to the eye. Calm acceptance in the mind. An invitation to embrace.
This is not a description of our design work, though it could be. It is a description of the view from the rather remarkable house in Denmark where Jacob Jensen Design has been established for more than a quarter of a century. The view is so calm and clear that it continues to inspire to our designers around the world.
The view over the Limfjord from the Jacob Jensen Design studio in Denmark.
In 1990, Jacob Jensen handed over management of Jacob Jensen Design to his son Timothy Jacob Jensen. Timothy Jacob Jensen was apprenticed to his father from 1978 to 1981, and today he is the Chief Design Officer of the studio. Under Timothy’s management, Jacob Jensen Design has remained a highly awarded design studio. The form language has been refined and transferred to new areas of application while the company has gone global.
Jacob Jensen products include telephone, watches, doorbell, kettle and etc. which distribute not only in Europe, but also Far East including Japan and Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Customers: Cathay Pacific, Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, Niccolo Hotels, The Upper House, The Bank of East Asia, AIA, Miramar Moon Hotel
Jacob Jensen was among the last great Danish designers belonging to the golden era of the 1950s known as Danish Modern. He was the first Dane to train as an industrial designer and is considered a pioneer in Danish corporate history.
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