The Plan Collection
by Barber Osgerby

A new, full-scale series of chairs and tables suitable for modern working, dining, and living. The collection enriches industrial design with materiality, tactility, and crafted details.


At first glance, the chairs and tables in the Plan collection could seem almost ascetic in their simplicity. Still, in use, the generosity, comfort, and subtle detailing of a design truly evolved around the human body becomes evident.

The clean lines are infused with a richness in tactility and attention to detail that adds presence and builds a good atmosphere wherever it is used.


Crafted to last in a circular economy
While sturdy and tested for extreme public use, each component of the Plan Collection chairs and tables are prepared for end-of-use disassembly and ease of possible future reparations, such as change of upholstery.

In line with Fredericia’s sustainability measure the tables are available in the newly launched Kvadrat Really Textile Tabletops – an innovative solution made of upcycled end-of-life textiles to form the base for intriguing tabletops. The solution is a no-waste material that is 100% circular, long-lasting and certified to the industry’s highest standard for wear and tear: category five surface resistance.

"Fredericia are renowned for their impeccable craftsmanship and this has led to a great partnership. Together with Fredericia's skilled team we have made a new collection - made with care, using the best materials, designed to last."

- Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby.

The Plan Table

The plan tables are built on a strong and sturdy base that allows for a wide range of tabletops. The tabletop has generously rounded edges that are friendly to get around.

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The Plan Chair

With its surprisingly minimal footprint and generous comfort, the Plan Chair is ideal for modern spaces that invite a variety of uses – from extensive hospitality and office applications to modern urban living. 

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Designer Bio

Designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their London studio in 1996. Their diverse body of work spans industrial design, furniture, lighting and site-specific installations as well as gallery and public commissions such as the London 2012 Olympic Torch and projects for the Royal Mint.

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