Arne Vodder is one of the most acclaimed Danish architects of the mid-20th century. He is known for his simplistic style that relies on organic forms, as well as his unparalleled material skills, which made him one of the leading figures of Danish modernism.
In the 1940s, Vodder first studied under master carpenter Niels Vodder and later at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts, where he was taught and mentored by the legendary architect and designer Finn Juhl. In the 1950s and 1960s, Vodder collaborated extensively with Sibast Furniture and designed many pieces of furniture for the manufacturer that enjoyed wide international success. Furniture designed by Vodder and made by Sibast Furniture even went to the White House, the Vatican, and the UN headquarters in Geneva, among other prominent locations.