• 2212 two-seat sofa, Børge mogensen, Fredericia

2212 two-seat sofa

2212 two-seat sofa by Børge Mogensen for Fredericia.

Børge Mogensen specifically designed the 2213 for his home in Gentofte, north of Copenhagen, where the original still stands, placed between the two tables that dictated the measurements of the sofa.

The simplicity and clean lines have since made the sofa one of the most recognised Mogensen pieces, still used widely today in government buildings, embassies, executive offices and private homes the world over.

Manufactured by Fredericia in Denmark.

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2212 two-seat sofa by Børge Mogensen for Fredericia.

Børge Mogensen specifically designed the 2213 for his home in Gentofte, north of Copenhagen, where the original still stands, placed between the two tables that dictated the measurements of the sofa.

The simplicity and clean lines have since made the sofa one of the most recognised Mogensen pieces, still used widely today in government buildings, embassies, executive offices and private homes the world over.

Manufactured by Fredericia in Denmark.

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158w x 81d x 43/80cmh

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Wooden frame, hand upholstered and finished with piping. Legs in oak (unclear lacquered, soap treated, oiled, or black lacquered) or walnut (clear lacquered).

This design is available in the selected fabric options: RuskinHallingdalHaraldSunnivaDivina
Divina MelangeSinequanonTwill weaveVidarFuseNoisePulsarPilotReflex
, and Sonar. The sofa is available with upholstery in Fredericia Leather Group 1, Leather Group 2, or Leather Group 3.

Fredericia was first established as the Fredericia Stolefabrik (Fredericia Chair Factory) in 1911 and specialised in antique style furniture.

Fredericia was first established as the Fredericia Stolefabrik (Fredericia Chair Factory) in 1911 and specialised in antique style furniture.

In 1955 the languishing company was acquired by Andreas Graversen who scrapped the existing product line and created a new one with the help of young architect, Børge Mogensen.

The company was taken over by Graversen's son, Thomas Graversen, in 1995. He led the company into the new century with a more fluid approach to design and production. Together with designers like Nanna Ditzel, he created a number of internationally recognised furniture pieces while at the same time continuing to produce the best of Mogensen's designs.

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