Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen is one of the most important members of the Danish Modern movement. His minimalist and comfortable designs have earned him worldwide recognition. His breakthrough came in 1952 with the Ant Chair and Series 7 Chair followed in 1955. His other famous designs include the Egg Chair, Swan Chair, Swan Sofa and Series 3300 Chair. Today you can see his designs all over the world whether it is the school cafeteria or hotel lobbies. Jacobsen's designs are a part of prestigious museum collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Moma New York, Victoria & Albert Museum and many more.