Jørgen Kastholm and Preben Juhl Fabricius were Danish architects who greatly influenced Danish Modernism. Their 1963 design comes re-edited by &Tradition.
Both architects studied at the School for Interior Design in Copenhagen under the leadership of the renowned modernist Finn Juhl and then Arne Jacobsen. During their collaboration, they created works that have received recognition from museums around the world. Their designs were characterised by smooth elongated shapes, symmetry and modern combinations of materials. Kastholm and Fabricius were designing for international airports, opulent villas and the first Bond films.