Hunting Chair Design Borge Mogensen for Fredericia
The Hunting Chair was designed in 1950 by Borge Mogensen for Fredericia. This was the first chair Mogensen designed with the use of the combination Saddle leather and a solid oak wood frame. This same principle in 1958, he again applied to the Spanish Chair. The Hunting Chair is a comfortable armchair with a low seat height of 30 cm. The Saddle leather available in natural or black is adjustable by means of brass buckles under the seat. This Scandinavian Design classic is available different finishes solid oak. The Chair is 67 cm wide and 70 cm deep, 87 cm high.
Fredericia was founded as a Danish Design label, born of a proud heritage. A legacy of unparalleled dedication to the perfection and development of the art of designing. The simple principles such as quality, selection of materials, functionality and attention to detail are the basis for the collection. In addition, they are proud to have a long-term cooperation with a carefully chosen international designers, all known for their exceptional level and great products. The result is a high quality collection that is valued by connoisseurs worldwide.
Borge Mogensen is one of the most influential designers of the Danish Modern design. The ideal picture of Borge Mogensen was able to design furniture with an austere restrained aesthetics. Mogensen’s ideal was to create furniture with a restrained aesthetic. He believed that furniture should create a sense of tranquillity and have a modest appearance that encourages people to live their lives unpretentiously. There was a close bond between Borge Morgensen and Fredericia CEO Andreas Graversen, during this intense cooperation were the most recognized designs developed