One of the downfalls of an ambitious designer can be overthinking; your head is swimming with all of these concepts and forms and colors, and far too often function takes a backseat to frills. How many times have you seen some cutting-edge modern design unveiling and thought, «is….is that a chair? Where do your legs go? And why so many edges?!» But for every over-thinker there is a functionalist, and no one has mastered the art of simple and effective form more than Arne Jacobsen.