• Søborg steel base chair, Børge mogensen, Fredericia
  • Søborg steel base chair, Børge mogensen, Fredericia
  • Søborg steel base chair, Børge mogensen, Fredericia

Søborg steel base chair

Søborg steel base chair by Børge Mogensen for Fredericia.

The Søborg chair was designed by Børge Mogensen in 1950 as a functional and elegant plywood shell chair that could be efficiently produced using contemporary machining technology.

In 1952 Mogensen adapted his design to include a steel frame option, bringing his characteristic finesse and craft to a material he did not commonly employ.

The Soborg chair is also available with an upholstered seat, or upholstered seat and back in the 'Product range' section below. Also available with wooden frame here.

Optional felt glides are available.

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Søborg steel base chair by Børge Mogensen for Fredericia.

The Søborg chair was designed by Børge Mogensen in 1950 as a functional and elegant plywood shell chair that could be efficiently produced using contemporary machining technology.

In 1952 Mogensen adapted his design to include a steel frame option, bringing his characteristic finesse and craft to a material he did not commonly employ.

The Soborg chair is also available with an upholstered seat, or upholstered seat and back in the 'Product range' section below. Also available with wooden frame here.

Optional felt glides are available.

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51w x 50.5d x 45.5/79.5cmh

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Available with a steel frame in black or chrome, and seat and back in lacquered oak, oiled oak, black lacquered oak, or lacquered walnut.

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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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