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Furniture designed by Borge Mogensen

Borge Mogensen

Furniture designed by Borge Mogensen

by Borge Mogensen

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Published by DanishArchitectural Press in (s. l.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementselected and described by Anne Karlsen.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13679338M

Børge Mogensen Simplicity in Form & Design. B∅rge Mogensen is another example of a Dansih designer from the Mid-Century era whose focus on function over form made his furniture part of the classic “Danish Modern” milieu. His pieces had style, mind you, and were hardly basic. Such was the approach with many Danish designers, including Borge Mogensen. From , Mogensen studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, but the strongest influence on his designs came from his assistantship with the earliest leader of .

  I keep meaning to share these wonderful photos of Danish furniture designer Børge Mogensen’s house in Gentofte, North Copenhagen. The house was designed and built by Mogensen , and he lived there with his wife, Alice, until his death in The house is filled with Mogensen’s own furniture designs. Mogensen’s iconic model sofa sits in the living room. Møbler tegnet af Børge Mogensen. Udvalgt og beskrevet af Arne Karlsen/Furniture Designed by Børge Mogensen. Selected and Described by Arne Karlsen. by MOGENSEN, BØRGE - KARLSEN, ARNE (ed.). and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

The designs of Borge Mogensen aimed at functionality, minimalist appearance and easy accessibility. This chair is perhaps one of the best examples of these principles of the Danish master. Extremely modest and confident at the same time is how the “Model ” chair can be best described. The cubic. The English and German versions of the beautiful book about Mogensen are available for sale now! The book is full of nice and rarely published photos of Mogensen, his work and the houses he built. It is an amazing insight to one of the most influencial designers in defining a Danish culture of furniture design.


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Furniture Designed by Borge Mogensen 'Book' On Hold. $ About. A scarce hardback book which looks at the work of Borge Mogensen who was one of the most important furniture designers who made "Danish Modern" famous throughout the world.

His simple and functional designs became highly sought after and in much demand worldwide. He produced. Shop Børge Mogensen at Chairish, home of the best vintage and used furniture, decor and art.

Browse our huge selection and make an offer today. Due to extraordinarily high volume of requests, our responses may be delayed. Børge Mogensen: Functional is the word which best describes Børge Mogensen’s design. The majority of his furniture was designed with industrial production in mind and is characterized by strong and simple lines.

His true genius is to be found in his almost scientific analysis of the functionality of a piece of furniture. During his y.

Soon after, Mogensen designed the Model no sofa also from his Shaker furniture inspiration. This piece forever put Mogensen’s name high on Danish furniture design rankings. It is not surprising that Borge Mogensen did research in ergonomic furniture and cabinet making design.

Mogensen received the The Eckersberg Medalas well as the highest architectural honours in Denmark, the C.F. Hansen medal, in In he and Andreas Graversen jointly received the Danish Furniture Prize for their contribution to the Danish furniture industry, and in Mogensen was appointed Honoury Royal Designer for Industry at.

The chair embodies Mogensen’s deep desire to create simple, structural forms where the material properties are optimised in perfectly proportioned designs.

Avoiding anything flashy in favour of modest furniture. Designed for Fredericia init reflects the prevailing ethos at the time. Borge Mogensen () opened his own design office inquickly becoming one of the designers that defined the Danish Modern style in the popular imagination with his clean and highly functional aesthetic.

He eschewed fashion and excessively expensive materials, aiming first and foremost to create simple and practical furniture. mrt - Bekijk het bord "Borge Mogensen" van P.S. Gutter op Pinterest.

Bekijk meer ideeën over Interieur, Huis, Design pins. Inspired by ancient Islamic culture, as well as regular travels to Spain, the Spanish Chair by Danish designer Børge Mogensen is also typically Danish. As with many Danish-designed pieces, this chair exudes a restrained aesthetic, a sense of tranquillity, a degree of unpretentiousness and, importantly, a focus on comfort.

Mobler tegnet af Borge Mogensen: Furniture designed by Borge Mogensen udvalgt og beskrevet af Arne Karlsen - selected and described by Arne Karlsen Published by: Arkitektens Forlag, Copenhagen, DK, Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD+ condition.* Volume is overall well-preserved with minimal aging and wear to covers and interior.

This solid oak coffee table by Danish master, Borge Mogensen, has an outstanding balance with a classic, timeless design. This “Model ” mirrors Mogensen’s ideal, which was to create furniture with a restrained aesthetic that serve people.

With a clear statement of simplicity, quality and respec. Especially famed for his Spanish Chair, Mogensen was one of the most important and influential representatives of Danish furniture design Borge Mogensen was one of the most important and influential representatives of Danish furniture design.

In a career spanning more than 30 years, he created a wealth of quality furniture, many pieces of which, such as his Spanish Chair, a/5(6). Børge Mogensen (). Børge Mogensen was born in and died in He qualified as a cabinetmaker in and continued his studes in Copenhagen at the School of Arts and Crafts and at the Furniture School of the Academy of Fine Arts from to A perfectly designed oak cabinet by Borge Mogensen.

The sliding doors feature a symmetrical book-matched veneer, and it minimal design illuminating the high-quality grain of the oak. This piece will provide handy extra storage in any room while displaying your homewares and providing plenty of storage. Specs: long deep, high.

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See more ideas about Borge mogensen, Furniture, Fredericia furniture pins. Most people have heard of Børge Mogensen, a furniture designer whose collaboration with FDB, the Danish co-operative chain, enabled Danes to buy high-quality furniture at affordable prices.

He went on to create some of the most widely recognised furniture classics of the s and s, a wide selection, in fact, thanks to his prolific productivity. Børge Mogensen (–72) opened his own design office inquickly becoming one of the designers that defined the Danish Modern style in the popular imagination with his clean and highly functional aesthetic.

He eschewed fashion and excessively expensive materials, aiming first and foremost to create simple and practical furniture. He put this philosophy into practice in his design Reviews: 5. With these in mind, Børge Mogensen and Esben Klint designed this line of beech and padauk school furniture, which was used throughout Denmark in the 60s and 70s.

Read more about Mogensen's remarkable contribution to design history in the superb new monograph from Hatje Cantz. The majority of his furniture was designed with industrial production in mind and is characterized by strong and simple lines. His true genius is to be found in his almost scientific analysis of the functionality of a piece of furniture.

A smaller but essential part of Mogensen’s work was the cabinetmade pieces, one of them being “the. Shop Borge Mogensen: Best price Designers furniture and collection of classic in-stock and custom-made Borge Mogensen & Designers furniture for sale. Browse our Designers collection for the Borge Mogensen piece or accessories that fits your furniture budget and lifestyle[ at {webs Important News regarding our Operations and the COVID- Explore Lynn BurkeStackfield's board "Borge Mogensen", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Borge mogensen, Furniture, Furniture design pins.Like many of the great Danes of furniture design, Mogensen began as a cabinetmaker, trained as a furniture designer and became an architect.

Many of his successful designs reflect this training but none more so than the ubiquitous sofa (model /3) designed in