One of the most important pioneers in design history, Finn Juhl is rightfully called today – the father of the concept of Danish Design.
His house was built at Kratvænget No. 15 in Ordrup outside Copenhagen, together with his first wife, Inge-Marie Skaarup. It was his ambition to create a home, where he had designed every single detail himself, and to create an overall, general look.
He achieved this in 1942, when the building presented a gradual flow between different areas, rather than a collection of individual rooms.
This unique modernist home was designed in 1969 by revered Bulgarian architect Iwan Iwanoff.
Bought in November 1999, this very special family home belongs now to design enthusiasts and avid collectors Mark and Christine Baxter and their thirteen year old daughter Aisha.
The fashion designer Lee Mathews first launched her label in Sydney in 2001, with a simple desire to make feminine, easy to wear clothing for women. Her fabulous australian home it is exactly our style. Obviously the space itself is amazing and there are so many things we love in each picture!