Fredericia

Published
13.01.2015
A fusion of thought-inherited properties and innovative ideas is what Fredericia stands for today. Founded in 1911, Fredericia has always been a family owned and managed company. From it’s modest beginnings as a Danish upholstery workshop, to becoming a major force in the emerging shape of the Danish Modern in the 1950s, to today, where the Fredericia name has become a truly international brand.

Our proud history of design continues every day as we strive to create the modern originals of tomorrow. The combination of talented designers, our personal approach during the development stage, and a network of production partners that employ the latest technologies guarantees unparalleled excellence. Our history, personality and commitment to quality is reflected in every piece of furniture that leaves our factory.

Our furniture collections have been created in collaboration with leading designers and architects such as Børge Mogensen, Hans J. Wegner, Nanna Ditzel, Alfredo Häberli, Shin Azumi, Cecilie Manz, GamFratesi, Space Copenhagen, Welling/Ludvik, Thomas Pedersen, and more.

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Fredericia Furniture the spanish chair

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With the Spanish Chair Børge Mogensen expanded upon his work with solid oak and saddle leather. The chair was launched in 1958 as part of an innovative living space exhibition, in which all tables were removed from the floor to create an open living space.

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Pato Veneer 4 Leg designed by Welling / Ludvik

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Pato Veneer 4 Leg designed by Welling / Ludvik. Pato Veneer features a three-dimensional molded wood shell with optional seat upholstery. The 4 leg version is stackable and available with a range of optional features including coupling.

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Pato Swivel designed by Welling / Ludvik

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Pato Swivel designed by Welling / Ludvik. Pato Swivel features a 4-point swivel base with optional casters, making it ideal for both task seating and conference rooms. The chair can be tuned from basic to exclusive with optional upholstery.

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Haiku designed by GamFratesi

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Haiku designed by GamFratesi. The Haiku sofa offers both a protective shell and cosy inner setting. Perfectly suited for larger spaces where the setting calls for more intimate privacy seating.

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Pato Veneer 4 Leg designed by Welling / Ludvik.

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Pato Veneer 4 Leg designed by Welling / Ludvik. Pato Veneer features a three-dimensional molded wood shell with optional seat upholstery. The 4 leg version is stackable and available with a range of optional features including coupling.

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Kile Sofa designed by Jasper Morrison

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Kile Sofa designed by Jasper Morrison. New in dimensions and distinct in its clean-cut design language, the Kile sofa series is designed to seamlessly blend into the home or public space.

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Acme sledge armchair designed by Geckeler Michels

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Acme sledge armchair designed by Geckeler Michels. Composed of a perfect square and circle, Acme offers a clean-cut expression fused with human comfort.

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Verve Swivel designed by Geckeler Michels for Fredericia

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Verve Swivel designed by Geckeler Michels for Fredericia. In Verve, a circular top compounds with a semi-rectangular base to form a sinuous shape with remarkable sculptural qualities.