1886 - 1960
Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen was trained as a mason from the technical school in Odense in 1906 and at the same time he took lessons in house building design. He trained as an architect from the Art Academy in 1917.
Apart from several functionalist buildings in Denmark he is also the designer of several pieces of furniture and silverware. He designed several pieces of hollow- and flatware for Georg Jensen and was director at Georg Jensen from 1927-1931. After 1931 he continued as an adviser for Georg Jensen.
His most famous flatware patterns are Relief/Parallel from 1931 and Ladby/Nordic from 1937. His style is modern with smooth surfaces and clean lines and very little if any decoration.