The Spanish Chair 60 Years

Designed by Børge Mogensen in 1958 and manufactured by Fredericia ever since – uncompromising craftsmanship and materials converge in this masterpiece.

Swedese is relaunching three classic chairs

Swedese is relaunching three classic chairs by Yngve Ekström at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018: Caryngo, Thema and Lamino Rattan from the Swedese Archive.

Maruni 90th

To commemorate the 90th Anniversary, we are selling a special HIROSHIMA chair and a T&O chair, of which only 90 will be available worldwide.

BM1160 Hunting Table

Børge Mogensen designed the BM1160 Hunting Table for the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Furniture Exhibition in 1950. The table combines excellent woodwork with elegant metal brace bars, creating a bold and organic whole. 

USM The classic in a new light

Light is more than just a pretty shine. It brightens, gives warmth, sharpens our perception. It also inherently changes things.

The Wishbone

Hans J. Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949 especially for Carl Hansen & Søn. It was produced for the first time in 1950 and has been produced continuously ever since.

Big rewards for little Petite

Congratulations David Ericsson, who has won magazine Form’s Designer of the Year award for the Petite chair launched recently at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Inspired by classical café chairs, he has designed a contemporary alternative.

Zanat Bosnian for Craft

“Craftsmanship names an enduring, basic human impulse, the desire to do a job well for its own sake.” ― Richard Sennett, The Craftsman

THE CHAIR 1949

'The Round One' as Wegner referred to it with his usual provincial modesty, is one of the most famous Danish pieces of furniture - certainly the most distinctly Danish.

Poul Henningsen

Poul Henningsen was born in Copenhagen by the famous Danish actress Agnes Henningsen. He never graduated as an architect, but studied at The Technical School at Frederiksberg, Denmark from 1911-14, and then at Technical College in Copenhagen from 1914-17.

France Chair

Finn Juhl designed FJ 136, as the chair was originally called, for France & Son for the American market in 1956. It became – along with a number of other Finn Juhl designs – a great success.

The Spanish Chair

Fredericia has its roots in traditional craftsmanship based on a deep understanding of natural materials like vegetable tanned leather and solid wood. We invite you to join us on a tour behind the scenes, when Børge Mogensen’s iconic Spanish Chair is made with endless passion and the greatest attention to detail.