BM62 Armchair - Natural Cane Wicker
Slender yet solid, simple yet striking, the BM62 Armchair brings us back to nature in a welcome return to simple shapes that capture the essence of a concept. Exposed construction. And authentic materials that outlast any temporary trend. The chair is a true tribute to our company credo: to create modern originals crafted to last.
Two versions in two different natural materials attest to Børge Mogensen’s talent for pared-down shapes elegantly engineered for comfort. Dispensing with anything extraneous in favour of clean lines in a pure, iconic design that defies any temporary trend.
Both the BM61 Chair and the BM62 Armchair exude a certain authenticity. Designed with an exposed construction that reveals immaculate joinery and hand craftsmanship. Along with the choice of honest materials, such as natural cane wicker or linen webbing in natural or black for the seat and back together with a solid wood frame. It all reflects our expertise in materiality since our inception.
One glance at the chair in profile and you’ll notice a slight angle to the rear post, which changes to provide optimal support for the back. With the lower section supporting the small of the back in an upright position, and the upper part providing support in a more relaxed position. What’s more, the sledges not only ensure continuity, they’re the perfect choice for soft floors.
As a dining chair, the BM61 Chair and BM62 Armchair are a comfortable seating solution for before, during and after dinner. Ideal for top-star restaurants, hotels and private homes. Choose the side chair or armchair, and you have a statement piece that is suited for galleries, museums and cultural centres. Luxury retail and residential settings, executive environments and more.
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Fredericia Furniture has a thoroughly Scandinavian design pedigree stretching back to 1911. From an early beginning...
Designed by Borge Mogensen
Functional is the word which best describes Børge Mogensen’s design. The majority of his furniture was designed with industrial production...