Danish functionalist furniture designer. Studied at School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, where he taught from 1952-6. Also taught at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in Copenhagen from 1955-16. Independently designed for Fritz Hansen and E. Kold Christiansen. Used natural materials in his work, but also used steel frames.

We have 2 objects that Poul Kjaerholm has been involved with.

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