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A modern take on
Børge Mogensen's tables
in wood

Mogensen table| Fredericia

One of the most influential figures in defining Danish Modern design, Børge Mogensen was keen on creating modest furniture that would enrich people’s everyday lives. 

Practical, durable designs reflecting his masterful sense of proportions as key factors in his quest for clean, functional furniture. The Mogensen Tables embody his emphasis on simple, declarative lines and his passion for wood as his preferred material.

With that in mind, Fredericia is pleased to add modernised versions of three of Mogensen’s most popular wood tables - in longer sizes.

 
 
 

 

SCANDINAVIAN LIVING X APRIL AND MAY

 
 
 
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Sight mirror m

Designed by April and May

Mirror Sight model M is beauty with a function. The design with the rounded corners gives the mirror a serene and elegant look, the thickness of the plywood ensures a bold edge.

Mirror and oak veneer are combined in perfect balance. On the shelf of Model M is room for small products, such as perfume, a scented candle or jewellery. Due to the thickness of the plywood and the bevelled edge, the mirror stands out against its background: something beautiful should not be overlooked.

Mirror Sight is made of water-resistant oak-veneered birch plywood. The choice of materials makes the mirror suitable for damp rooms such as bathrooms. The backboard of the mirror is finished with a natural oil, which gives it a fresh and bright appearance.

 

 

 
 

RAAMI 

a new dining collection by Jasper Morrison

Raami – Finnish for ‘frame’ – leaves space for the shared, lasting moments.

The carefully composed pieces of the collection work together to promote a good atmosphere around the table, from morning to evening.

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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OUR WORK FOR SCANDINAVIAN LIVING MAGAZINE

In 2017 we started working for the Dutch magazine Scandinavian Living by BoBedre. Since then we styled 10 amazing interiors together with photographer Sjoerd Eickmans, including two covers, something that makes us very proud. And in January we will continue our work with new homes that will certainly inspire you, and us!

The latest issue is out now, featuring the home of Brecht and her family. Don’t you just love her atelier? It was again a pleasure to work in such beautiful environment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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