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Kay Fisker

1893 - 1965

Kay Fisker studied at the Art Academy and graduated as an architect in 1920. He is well known for several housing projects from the 1920s-1950s in the Copenhagen area. He worked alongside architect C. F. Moeller on designing Aarhus University from 1932-1943. From 1936-1963 he was Professor at the Art Academy.

Fisker was one of the first architects to design furniture, silverware, book illustrations and do typographical work. He was awarded several prices and awards for his designs and buildings. He has also conducted several interior decoration assignments in connection with his architectural business.

He began designing silver for A. Michelsen in the 1920s first in the Neo-Classic style, but from 1926 he switched to the clean, refined functionalist style without decoration. His style was very timeless. Fisker had visited China, Japan and the far-East and was inspired by their shapes and design language.

Designed by Kay Fisker

  • A. Michelsen Sterling Silver Kay Fisker Pitcher

    33,600 DKK 1 in stock
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  • Pair of Vintage Mid-Century Sterling Kay Fisker Pitchers

    1 in stock
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  • A. Michelsen Kay Fisker Sterling Silver Candlesticks

    18,900 DKK 2 in stock
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