In Ordrup, just outside of Copenhagen, Finn Juhl’s House stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of Danish Modern design and its owner’s contribution to it. Fully restored and open to the public since 2008, the 1940s home of pioneering interior designer and architect Finn Juhl resembles an unassuming, L-shaped bungalow from the outside. Inside, the perfectly-preserved open-plan home features furniture designed by Juhl himself as well as his personal collection of arts and crafts. Artworks by the likes of Danish painters Vilhelm Lundstrøm, Egill Jacobsen and Richard Mortensen are also exhibited throughout the space. Ordrupgaard Vilvordevej 110 2920 Charlottenlund Denmark Note: Finn Juhl’s House is currently closed for renovation and will reopen early in 2019. TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Interiors I’LL BE YOUR MIRROR Worlds collide in a Milanese apartment. Interiors Issue 41 A Home in Arles François Halard built his reputation on photographing other people’s homes. Now, he’s turned the lens on his own interior. Design Interiors Issue 38 At Work With: Green River Project Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein switched lanes from art to design, and found their true calling as outsiders in the world of interiors. Interiors Issue 36 Home Tour: Adolf Loos The Austrian architect laid the foundations for unornamented modernism. Interiors Issue 32 At Work With: Bijoy Jain The philosophically-inclined architect speaks to Anindita Ghose about exporting his vernacular style. Interiors Issue 32 Home Tour: Todoroki Valley House In Tokyo, Alex Anderson discovers a house of two halves.