• Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
  • Børge Mogensen/side chair model122
BØRGE MOGENSEN/SIDE CHAIR MODEL122

143,000

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Product number: VT039
Size: W48×D47×H79×SH44cm
Designer name: Børne morgensen
Manufacturer name: Soborg Mobler
Year of design: 1952
Production number: 122

A chair with a combination of teak wood for the seat and backrest and oak wood for the leg frame, where you can feel the warmth of wood.
The moderately curved seat and backrest make you feel so comfortable that you might forget that it is made entirely of wood.
The manufacturer, Soborg Mobler, has produced furniture together with famous designers such as Bohe Mogensen, Hans J. Wegner, and Finn Juhl.
It is a furniture manufacturer positioned at the center of Danish design, such as announcing at the "Copenhagen Furniture Craftsmen's Guild Exhibition", a furniture craftsman's new work exhibition, and is an existing long-established furniture manufacturer.

Borge Mogensen (Denmark, 1914-1972) / About Borge Mogensen
Denmark's leading furniture designer along with Hans J. Wegner and Finn Juhl.
Mogensen, who eliminated unnecessary decorations and pursued the beauty of lean structures, studied under Koa Klint at the furniture department of the Design School, the predecessor of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. After that, I learned design from Clint as an assistant. At the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, I was deeply devoted to Clint's approach to design that emphasized human anatomy and his ideas. I specialized in designing furniture for the common people and furniture that was easy to use in mass production systems.
After finishing his apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker in 1934, Mogensen then began to study furniture design in earnest, working at the design studios of Koa Klint and Mogens Koch. He continued this until 1942 when he was appointed Chief Designer of the Furniture Department of the Danish Co-operative FDB, where he designed high quality, affordable furniture for the general public.
His works are always designed from the public's point of view, and among modern Danish furniture, many of them are exceptionally functional and durable. Ta. Based on Shaker furniture, he is known for designing simple, easy-to-use and durable furniture.

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