Danish Modern: Design for Living


Apr 6, 2013 to Jan 5, 2014
10:00 AM until 05:00 PM


Explore the wonderful furniture and housewares designed in Denmark after World War II. What inspired the designers who are still famous for their works? How were these pieces introduced to American consumers? From the Peacock Chair to the Flowerpot Lamp, immerse yourself in this classic period of Danish design.

See the works of iconic designers like Arne Jacobsen and Verner Panton. Then purchase modern treasures for your own home in the Museum Shop!

This exhibition is supported by the Albert V. Ravenholt Fund, the Chrystal Wagner estate, Humanities Iowa, and by gifts in memory of Duane M. Skow.

The Danish Immigrant Museum is surrounded by the Jens Jensen Prairie Landscape Park in southwest Iowa.




View map The Danish Immigrant Museum
2212 Washington Street
Elk Horn, IA

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