Arne Jacobsenis remembered for developing the 'Danish Modern' style and for contributing so much to architectural functionalism. In addition to his architectural work, he was one of the most important contributors to Danish design, especially as a result of the worldwide success he enjoyed with simple but effective chair designs.
Today, Arne Jacobsen is remembered primarily for his furniture designs. However, he believed he was first and foremost an architect.
A major source of inspiration stemmed from the bent plywood designs of Charles and Ray Eames. He was also influenced by the Italian design historian Ernesto Rogers, who had proclaimed that the design of every element was equally important "from the spoon to the city" which harmonized well with his own ideals.
"One might in fact argue that much of what the modern movement stands for, would have been lost and simply forgotten if Scandinavian designers and architects like Arne Jacobsen would not have added that humane element to it" by R. Craig Miller
The philosophy behind the "L'invisibile" system is that of a timeworn concept, that of secret doors. Those were doors that fitted perfectly into the surrounding furnishings and were used in the course of history to hide secret passages from prying eyes.