Launching 


Lynderup Chair by Børge Mogensen

Several times throughout his career Børge Mogensen was ahead of his time. The Spanish Chair is a brilliant example of an innovative design and so is the Lynderup Chair – designed in 1954. Presented for the first time this spring.

 




The overall appearance of Lynderup is light, both visually and physically. The elegant frame is made of slim metal tubes, black or chromed. The plywood seat almost appears as if it’s floating above the base. The seat utilises the full width of the chair, optimising a combination of flexible and comfortable experiences.

The back rest is affixed between the tubes and unites the visual expression of the chair as a singular functional, durable design with all technical requirements for volume in the contract market but in a design with a history crafted with materials that also appeal to residential and corporate working spaces.
 




Features



FSC certified


The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is considered the most trusted authority on sustainable forest.

 
 

Stackable


The chair stacks and can be used for different purposes in smaller and larger settings. The Lynderup Chair stacks 12 pcs on floor and 20 pcs on trolley.
 


EU Ecolabel


The chair is labeled with the EU Ecolabel, which shows our dedication to producing sustainable furniture of good quality.



Easy to clean


The upholstered seat of the Lynderup Chair is optimized for modern cleaning demands.

 



 
 

Comfortable sitting experiences


The seat utilizes the width of the chair in full, optimizing and combining flexible and comfortable sitting experiences. The visual expression of the chair is simple, functional, and durable. 

 

 

Suitable for a variety of interiors


The visual appearance of the chair is light, both visually and physical. Switch from setting in rows to table settings.

 


Circular design


All components are interchangeable and can be sorted at source.

 

Traditional craftmanship


Børge Mogensen aimed to create practical furniture which added allure to interiors, private as commercial.

 
 
 

Integrated linking device


The linking device can be folded away under the chair seat.

 
 
 


 
 
 




"I DO BECOME MORE AND MORE NARROW IN MY DEVOTION. WITHIN A VERY LIMITED FIELD, I STRIVE TO LIVE OUT TO THE UTMOST BORDER OF POSSIBILITIES WITHIN BOTH THE MATERIAL AND THE SHAPE"

- Børge Mogensen