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Just a Little Bit Möbius

The Möbius strip (also spelled Mobius or Moebius) is a surface with only one side, discovered independently by the German mathematicians August Ferdinand Möbius and Johann Benedict Listing in 1858. It is a fluid, infinite shape that continues to inspire artists and mathematicians. To really see a Jensen piece, one must touch it, explore it with the hands, to hold the piece, feel it's weight, run one's fingers across the curved surfaces. Our eyes are mesmerised by the surface, but our touch informs us of what is actually there.

This is especially true of the flowing motion of the Möbius inspired collection designed by Vivianna Torun-Bulow Hübe (1927-2004). By touching, by wearing Möbius you can feel the maker's hands, the weld, the sculpting, the making, and in doing so you are in touch also with the originator of the design.

Torun, as she was known, began designing for Georg Jensen in 1967, and was indeed already on her way to becoming the most celebrated femal…

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