Model 3080 - By Børge Mogensen
The Lynderup chair is a flexible stacking chair for collaboration spaces, auditoriums, cafés and commercial settings. Lynderup is a flexible stacking chair with plywood shells, designed by Børge Mogensen in 1954. The Lynderup chair is eco-labelled and was, when introduced in 2021, adapted with circular design principles. Thus all components are interchangeable and can be renewed separately as needed.
The Lynderup Chair comes in two different variations with a wide variety of materials and features.
Did you know?
Børge Mogensen designed it in 1954, introduced for the first time by Fredericia in 2021. It's designed with circular design principles.
The chair is named after a village in Jutland, Denmark, where Mogensen had his country home and design studio.
The Chair is a flexible stacking chair for collaboration spaces, cafés and commercial settings. Stacks 12 pieces on the floor and 20 pieces on a trolley.
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At Fredericia, we strive to continue our heritage of purposeful and sustainable design, creating modern originals that encourage human well-being wherever people live, work or relax.
Circular by design
This furniture is designed with separate, interchangeable components which can be renewed, sorted and recycled, anywhere in the world, in case of unexpected damage.
The wood used for this furniture comes from responsibly managed FSC®-certified forests and other controlled sources.
This product is tested for durability, life cycle and indoor climate effect and complies with the EU Flower Ecolabel, when upholstered in EU Ecolabel textiles