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Typical Danish design is functional and minimalistic, almost industrial.

The style was developed in the mid 20th century along with the other Nordic Scandinavian countries.

The Danish Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen

The style is seen in Danish architecture, furniture and household products alike. Typical examples are the Sydney Opera House (Jørn Utzon), PH lamps (Paul Henningsen) and the Egg chair (Arne Jacobsen).