Kay Bojesen

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Kay Bojesen, Danish Designer, 1886-1958

Kay Bojesen, Danish Designer, 1886-1958

Kay Bojesen, in front of his store in Bredgade

Kay Bojesen, in front of his store in Bredgade

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

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

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix cutlery The national cutlery of Denmark - The Grand Prix. The Grand Prix flatware was designed in 1938 and was produced in silver and later in stainless steel. The stainless edition was awarded the Grand Prix at the Biennale exhibition in Milan in 1951, and came to be known as the Grand Prix flatware.

Kay Bojesen Grand Prix cutlery The national cutlery of Denmark - The Grand Prix. The Grand Prix flatware was designed in 1938 and was produced in silver and later in stainless steel. The stainless edition was awarded the Grand Prix at the Biennale exhibition in Milan in 1951, and came to be known as the Grand Prix flatware.

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

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

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 (2014). www.designhus.be

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 (2014). www.designhus.be

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 (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

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.


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Kay Bojesen had a close colleaboration with Design Museum Denmark in Bredgade, which today still holds many of his items. Danish design.

Kay Bojesen had a close colleaboration with Design Museum Denmark in Bredgade, which today still holds many of his items. Danish design.

In this backyard of Copenhagen, Kay Bojesen was trained a silversmith at Georg Jensen's workshop in 1910. Danish Design.

In this backyard of Copenhagen, Kay Bojesen was trained a silversmith at Georg Jensen's workshop in 1910. Danish Design.

Kay Bojesen's first silversmith workshop opened in 1913 and was situated at Nybrogade 14 in Copenhagen. Danish design.

Kay Bojesen's first silversmith workshop opened in 1913 and was situated at Nybrogade 14 in Copenhagen. Danish design.

Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) grew up in Skindergade in the center of Copenhagen. This is how the street looks today. Danish Design.

Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) grew up in Skindergade in the center of Copenhagen. This is how the street looks today. Danish Design.

In 1931, Kay Bojesen was among the founders of ‘Den permanente’ at Vesterport meaning ‘The permanent exhibition for Danish art craftsmanship and art industry’. Danish Design.

In 1931, Kay Bojesen was among the founders of ‘Den permanente’ at Vesterport meaning ‘The permanent exhibition for Danish art craftsmanship and art industry’. Danish Design.

Kay Bojesen's original drawing of the silver jam bowl.  Kay Bojesen Silver. Danish Design.

Kay Bojesen's original drawing of the silver jam bowl. Kay Bojesen Silver. Danish Design.

Bredgade 47, where Kay Bojesen's workshop was situated for more than twenty years. This photo is how no. 47 looks like today. Danish design.

Bredgade 47, where Kay Bojesen's workshop was situated for more than twenty years. This photo is how no. 47 looks like today. Danish design.

Kay Bojesen had his logo 'The Bouy' casted above the door at his first workshop in Nybrogade 14 back in 1913. The Buoy is still imprented in the bricks above the door of Nybrogade.

Kay Bojesen had his logo 'The Bouy' casted above the door at his first workshop in Nybrogade 14 back in 1913. The Buoy is still imprented in the bricks above the door of Nybrogade.

Nyhavn, Copenhagen

Nyhavn, Copenhagen

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