Leif Erik Rasmussen (b.1942) is a Danish architect and furniture designer.
He studied furniture design at Kunsthåndværkersklen, Copenhagen to1968.
From 1968, he was active in the architecture firm Krohn & Hartvig Rasmussen on the project Odense Universitet-Center and, from 1972, with architect Ole Hagen on the Handlsbankens Hovedsæ project, In 1975, he set up his own architecture office in 1978, a partnership with Henrik Rolff. Hyllinge Trœindustri produced Rasmussen’s furniture designs.
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