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1944

J16 Rocking Chair
Hans J. Wegner


Wegner designs the first version of the J16 for cabinetmaker Johannes Hansen.



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1945

Cabinetmaker's
Guild Exhibition


Mogensen and Wegner present a joint exhibition together at the Copenhagen Cabinetmaker's Guild, showcasing exclusive lightweight furniture.

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1947

J39
Børge Mogensen


Mogensen's J39 is launched by the Danish Cooperative Wholesale Society in Denmark.



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1952

Søborg Chair
Børge Mogensen


Mogensen launches a series of steel-legged furniture for Søborg Møbelfabrik and Andreas Graversen's first company, Tage Christensen & Son.

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1955

Graversen and
Mogensen


Andreas Graversen acquires Fredericia on the condition that Børge Mogensen would be the sole designer.


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1958

Spanish Chair
Børge Mogensen


The Spanish Chair is launched at the Copenhagen Cabinetmaker's Guild Exhibition and soon becomes an icon of the collaboration between Fredericia and Mogensen.

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1960

Ox Chair
Hans J. Wegner


At the Furniture Fair in Fredericia, Wegner launches the Ox Chair, made by the AP Workshop.


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1962

2213 Sofa
Børge Mogensen


Fredericia introduces the 2213 Sofa, designed by Mogensen in an effort to create the ultimate upholstered sofa.


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1964

Corona Chair
Poul M. Volther


Poul M. Volther breaks new ground with the Corona Chair introduced by Erik Jørgensen.



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Keep exploring


1910 - 1930


The company was initially established as Fredericia Stolefabrik. From the very start, Fredericia became known for extremely high-quality furniture in various tradition styles.


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1970 - 1990


Throughout the years, the Graversen family has expanded Fredericia's circel of designers - who each contribute to the renewal and reinterpretation the Fredericia design ethos in new context.

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2000 - 2020


With Fredericia's acquisition of Erik Jørgensen in October 2020, the outcome is one company with combined areas of expertise from both. Reflecting our mutual passion for materiality and craftsmanship.

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