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Arne Vodder for Bovirke, desk 'model BO85', teak, brass, Denmark, 1960s This desk in teak wood is designed by Arne Vodder for Bovirke. The desk features a organically shaped tabletop with upwards rised edges. An angular cabinet with three drawers and brass handles and the slim base construction contrast both to the free-formed tabletop. Arne Vodder (1926-2009) should be named among the most influential Scandinavian midcentury designers, although he is not as well known as for instance Hans Wegner or Arne Jacobson. Once a student to famous furniture designer Finn Juhl, who later became his friend and business partner. Vodder started out as an architect who designed low-cost housing, later on he began designing furniture. Although his designs are anything but low-quality, his aim for functional design that could be used by all remained important. He designed amongst others for Fritz Hansen & Sibast.