Pieces of Nordic Happiness

Max Brüel

Danish architect Max Brüel (1927–1995) was a versatile artistic talent who, in addition to his career in architecture, also worked as a designer, ceramicist and jazz musician. He studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in the 1940s and won his first architectural competition already during his studies. Around the same time, he also began his career as a musician – Brüel later gained a reputation as an internationally acclaimed jazz pianist and saxophonist. Brüel's best-known building is perhaps the Herlev Hospital in Copenhagen.

Max Brüel has designed pieces for the following brands: Karakter


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