Architect Arne Jacobsen is credited as being the founding father of modern Danish functionalist design. Jacobsen was prolific, producing over one hundred buildings throughout his career. The seaside town of Klampenbord is home to a whole complex of Jacobsen-designed buildings and structures, including a theater, housing complex, and beach cabanas. The architect won the commission for the site in the ’30s and added more structures in the ’50s, all in the international modernist style—white-washed walls, split-level apartments–to ensure sea views for all occupants.

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