Sejrø Bay is home to the summerhouse that Arne Jacobsen built for himself and his family in 1937. The architecture blends in perfectly with the surrounding landscape and reflects many of the values for which the Nordic interpretation of Modernism has since become famous.
The summerhouse is culturally and historically significant as a leading example of a new architectural trend. It also exemplifies an ambitious Arne Jacobsen who is doing well in his career. With his summerhouse in Gudmindrup Lyng, he creates a comprehensive architectural work of international standing – an icon.
In this booklet the reader is lead through the house by architect and author of biggest piece on Arne Jacobsen, Kjeld Vindum. Vindum unfolds the house and Jacoben's vision and furthermore he relates the house to other and later pieces by Jacobsen.
Booklet of 32 pages with many pictures and illustrations.