Learn about Hvidt, Peter

Peter Hvidt (1916–1986) born in Copenhagen. After completing his training at the Design School in Copenhagen, he worked at various design firms before setting up his own studio in 1942. In 1944 he opened the Hvidt & Mølgaard studio which he ran with Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen until 1975. They created a number of pioneering sets of furniture including Portex (1945) and Ax (1950), using a laminated technique for production by Fritz Hansen. During their collaboration they also designed many pieces for France and Daverkosen (latterly France and Son and CADO)
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Peter Hvidt circular coffee table, teak (stamped), Denmark, c 1960s, 46 cm high, 95 cm deep

Peter Hvidt (Danish, 1916-1986). Coffee table manufactured by France & Sons, of circular shape, made of teak

Peter Hvidt (1916-1966), and Orla Molgaard-Nielsen (1907-1993), Danish teak 'Ax' coffee table, circa 1960, 109 cm diameter

Peter Hvidt & Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, set of six teak dining chairs. Manufactured by Soborg Mobler Denmark, comprising of 4 side chairs and 2 armchairs, with rush seats. Heights: 77 cm & 79 cm. Note: Peter Hvidt (1916-1986), Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, (1907-199

Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard Nielsen for Fritz Hansen, pair of vintage Ax-chairs, teak and oak laminate construction, Fritz Hansen label to underside of each seat

Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, model 316 chair, teak frame with woven grass seat, together with a brown vinyl upholstered armchair, both manufactured by Soborg Mobelfabrik (A/F) (2)

Peter Hvidt, two tiered circular teak coffee table, raised on tapering legs, the lower shelf with brass supports.

Peter Hvidt and Orla M¦lgaard (Denmark), a rare Danish black polished open armchair

Peter Hvidt Danish teak two tier corner table with rattan top, model manerva Danish export label to underside of shelf circa 1960. Width 70 cm. Depth 70 cm. Height 55 cm