Creating furniture crafted to last is in the DNA of Fredericia. As the creator of iconic furniture classics and contemporary design meeting today’s demands of flexibility and circularity, they proudly showcase two high-end Danish design icons that exemplify aesthetics, good craftsmanship, and sustainability, making them internationally acclaimed.
Fredericia’s furniture is intended to be passed on from generation to generation. The core values of good design are rooted in the sense of responsibility and use of natural materials, ethical methods of production, and respect for the people using our furniture every day. Hence, transparency, sustainability, and circularity are crucial, and with a growing number of certifications and ambitious initiatives, Fredericia takes pride in continuously improving its performance and facilitating sustainable customer choices. This includes responsible forestry, certified and traceable leather, and local and European production only.
Taking part in the 'This is Denmark' exhibition at Milan Design Week 2023, Fredericia proudly showcases the dedicated craftsmanship and the beauty of furniture aging with grace. The Spanish Chair by Børge Mogensen and a vintage Ox Chair by Hans J. Wegner are exhibited - iconic chairs crafted to last for generations to come.
Since its foundation in 1911, the family-owned company Fredericia has built a strong tradition of beautiful craftsmanship and innovative design, developed in close collaboration with a circle of internationally recognised designers.
From legendary designers Børge Mogensen, Hans J. Wegner, and Nanna Ditzel to contemporary Barber Osgerby, Monica Förster, and Jasper Morrison, they all play a part in the design and craftsmanship institution that Fredericia is today - forming a creative culture characterised by design integrity, artistic expression, material expertise, and industry knowledge.