Bodil-Kjaer is a Designer, Professor and Architect MAA. Born in Jutland, Denmark in 1932 she was educated in England, Denmark and the United States.
Throughout her career she worked with many designers such as Paul McCobb and Arne Jacobsen, and also as a senior architect at companies such as Arup on large scale projects. She was also a tenured Professor at the University of Maryland prior to returning to Denmark to teach from her home town of Jutland.
Danish company Karakter have now reissued several pieces of Bodil Kjaer furniture known as 'Elements of Architecture' including her popular Office Desk, designed in 1959 and used on the set of several James Bond films. In addition to this, Carl Hansen & Son and Fritz Hansen have also added Bodil Kjaer designs to their collections.
Designed by Bodil Kjær, the Indoor Outdoor BK10 Dining Chair offers a simple and striking design to any setting.