- 38M Snow
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Colours and materials — Tabletop surfaces
Colours and materials — Frame
The Djob frame is made of anodised aluminium with zinc corners and feet in aluminium alloy, which is then matt chrome-plated.
The Djob desk was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1971 for the National Bank of Denmark. Arne Jacobsen is one of the greatest architects and designers of our time, an internationally recognised icon of functionalism. Saint Catherine's College at Oxford University, the National Bank of Denmark, SAS Royal Hotel, Århus Town Hall, the Danish 'Bella Vista' housing estate and the nearby Bellevue Theatre are among his best-known works.
The Djob desk was created at a time when he had already attracted international attention to Danish furniture design through pieces such as The Ant, The Egg and The Swan. The desk has since been refined and developed to meet the rigorous requirements of today's office spaces.
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