• Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
  • Børge Mogensen / Club Chair 2207
BØRGE MOGENSEN / CLUB CHAIR 2207

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Product number: VT041
Size: W69×D80×H85cm
Designer name: Børne Morgensen
A maker name: FREDERICIA/ Fredericia
Design year: 1963
Production number: 2207

A lounge chair with elegantly curved arms and a low back.
Børge Mogensen designed this 2207 club chair in 1963 as part of a series that includes two and three seaters.

The curve that connects the back to the arm, which is also a design feature, was influenced by the sofa designed by Koa Clint, the master of Børge Mogensen, in the 1920s, and was further developed to perfection.
Due to its elegant design and appearance, this chair is loved by many embassies and executive offices around the world.

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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  • INTERIOR
  • インテリア
  • ソファ
  • ボーエモーエンセン
  • ヴィンテージ
  • 三人掛け
  • 家具
  • 椅子
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