fredericia x april and may
If we wanted to collaborate with Fredericia.. of course! Working with high quality Scandinavian brands is a privilege and we are very honored to work with brands such as Fredericia.
Fredericia was established in 1911 as Fredericia Stolefabrik, by entrepreneur N. P. Ravnsø. From the very start, Ravnsø wanted his new venture to be known for extremely high quality, he hired only the most skilled craftsmen – something that quickly lead Fredericia Stolefabrik to become renown for its high quality furniture in various styles. The Ravnsø family owned and operated Fredericia Stolefabrik until 1955.
Nowadays Fredericia is working with well known designers like Space Copenhagen, Jasper Morrison and Gamfratesi. But their classics are still going strong, like the designs of Hans J. Wegner, Børge Mogensen and Nanna Ditzel.
Fredericia began as a thoroughly Danish design house, born of a proud heritage. A heritage of unfaltering dedication to the perfection and progression of the design craft.Simple principles guide us along in our ambition to create and deliver a collection that we believe will be the modern originals of tomorrow. Simple principles that honour outstanding quality through a careful selection of materials, functionality and attention to detail. We are proud of our collaborations with a carefully chosen circle of international designers, all renown for their exceptional level of design integrity, as well as our ability to identify and nurture talent. All with the ambition of creating contemporary design that is always beautifully crafted, relevant and aesthetically intriguing.
- THOMAS GRAVERSEN, OWNER
We are very proud that we got the opportunity to shoot a part of their beautiful collection and we hope you enjoy their designs as much as we do.
You'll find more about Fredericia, their history and their beautiful designs here.
Furniture used in the shoot: Søborg Chair by Børge Mogensen - Swoon and Spine Lounge Petit by Space Copenhagen - Haiku sofa by Gamfratesi - Pon sidetable by Jasper Morrison