Design: Thomas Alken – 2008. Pre-compression and milling – upholstery and tension. A large transparent easy chair with ancient pedigree and new plans.
Design: Fredrik Mattson – 2007. The prototype of the Spiral Chair – presented at the SE-Exhibition 2007 – is the first offering from the exiting collaboration between PP Møbler and the Swedish designer Fredrik Mattson.
Design: Søren Ulrik Petersen – 2000. The chair’s visual impression is dominated by the almost three-metre-long precompressed section of round timber. The back and seat feature a supporting surface of butt, which both stretches and adapts to the person sitting in the chair.
Design: Verner Panton – 1992. The cooperation was brought about by Hans J. Wegner who recommended Panton to drop by the workshop. He had an idea for a strange piece of furniture consisting exclusively of rings, and PP Møbler was the right place, since the idea could be realized through the new technique of precompression, […]
Design: Poul Kjærholm – 1980. A further development of the concert hall chair at Louisiana. There is also a corresponding smaller chair without arms.
Design: Grete Jalk – 1980. An attempt to make a wardrobe cabinet as a separate element in a room. The roll-front has been woven by Hanne Vedel.
Design: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1980. “He taught the materials things that not even the materials themselves realized they were able to do…”, Ole Schwalbe.
Design: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1960. “As a pictorial artist he works in a plastic way with solid wood. The shape of the body is reflected in the quintessence of a chair: four legs, a seat, a back”.
Design: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1958. “He has designed strange furniture that has aroused anger and indignation, but which each time has demonstrated something essential and indicated unnoticed truths”. (Mobilia 1965)
Design: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1955. “Gunnar´s furniture constitutes a special chapter in Danish furniture making it uplifting and tragic at one and the same time. With only a few insignificant exceptions, his furniture was never put into current production, but at one exhibition after the other it stole the show from items by the […]