Chair made of Wood and Steel
In 1950, Børge Mogensen presented the draft for the Søborg Chair with the intention of creating a chair made of plywood and solid wood that is functional and at the same, comfortable for hours.
A Link between Craft and Industrial Manufacturing
The chair combines craft with industrial manufacturing processes. The framework consists of solid wood manufactured by hand, but the curved seat surface and the backrest however, are made of industrially manufactured plywood. In 1952, Mogensen expanded the collection to the chair with a steel frame. The chair made of solid wood, plywood and steel is still modern and radiates a quiet atmosphere. Because it is so timeless and simple, the chairs can be used in the living area as well as in public spaces.
The Søborg Chair by Børge Mogensen is produced in different versions by Fredericia. Optionally, the chair is also available in an upholstered version.