Kay Bojesen, Danish Designer, 1886-1958

toy-maker Kay Bojesen with his wooden monkey design from one of the most famous danish classics

Kay Bojesen, in front of his store in Bredgade

Kay Bojesen, in front of his store in Bredgade 47 in Copenhagen.

Bella Vista in Klampenborg, Denmark by worldfamous architect Arne Jacobsen, home of Kay Bojesen

The Bellavista Housing estate by Arne Jacobsen, Klampenborg, Denmark. Completed in 1934

Monkeys from Kay Bojesen are still produced by Rosendahl. Online available  via our webshop: www.dk-design.be

We love these wooden monkeys but not sure we'd let our kids loose on them!

Monkeys all over the place at the Kay Bojesen's exhibition in Sophienholm (2014). www.designhus.be

Monkeys all over the place at the Kay Bojesen's exhibition in Sophienholm www.

The Danish guardsman from 1942 was designed by Kay Bojesen. View of the Kay Bojesen exhibition in Sophienholm (2014). www.designhus.be

The Danish guardsman from 1942 was designed by Kay Bojesen. View of the Kay Bojesen exhibition in Sophienholm www.

Kay Bojesen (1986-1958) was a Danish silversmith and designer. He is especially known for his design of toys in wood. View of the Kay Bojesen exhibition in Sophienholm in 2014. www.designhus.be

Kay Bojesen was a Danish silversmith and designer. View of the Kay Bojesen exhibition in Sophienholm in www.

The best known monkey in the world was designed in 1951 by Kay Bojesen.

The best known monkey in the world was designed in 1951 by Kay Bojesen.

Pinterest
Search