Poul Hundevad was a trained cabinetmaker who had his own workshop and factory in Vamdrup, Denmark. As a furniture designer, Hundevad is best known for Guldhøjstolen – a folding stool inspired by archeological findings form the Bronze Age. The stool could be made of several different woods, with a light or black seat. Hundevad put the Guldhøjstolen in production during the 1960’ and it became a great success, mainly outside Denmark.
During the 1950’s and 60’s Hundevad designed several furniture, often in teak, that were sold through the company Domus Danica, a sales corporation for seven Danish furniture manufacturers. Poul Hundevad passed away in 2011 at the age of 94.