Other designers

The pivotal point for our collaborations with designers, has always been the material: wood.

Other designers

Through the years PP Møbler has collaborated with several nationally and internationally recognized designers.

Often the collaboration has been focused on producing one or more prototypes with the individual designer, though sometimes the collaborations have resulted in actual production models.

We have always been open to different approaches, and have never settled on one particular style or specific idea. The pivotal point for our collaborations with different designer however, has always been the material: wood.

Image: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1980

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At PP Møbler we are driven by our passion for design and enjoy the ongoing dialogue with creative professionals. We have collaborated in numerous prototypes with many influential designers including Nanna Ditzel, Poul Kjærholm, Finn Juhl, Verner Panton and of course Hans J. Wegner.

Our workshop has been a design laboratory willing to explore the experimental aspects of crafts, challenging the conventional methods of production. Nanna Ditzel expressed it this way, “When everyone else says it can’t be done, I always turn to PP Møbler.”

Image: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1958

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Architects Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel and artist Gunnar Aagaard Andersen worked closely with the brothers Pedersen from the very beginning. This collaboration peaked with the highly controversial exhibition “Træ – form – farver Højbro Plads” in 1951.

The strong will to experiment is perhaps most clearly expressed in the many conceptual prototypes we have conducted with Gunnar Aagaard Andersen.

Upon the establishment of PP Møbler the Pot Chair by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel became the first prototype ever to be conceived in our workshop. The Pot Chair was designed for AP Stolen, who by then produced the Papa Bear Chair, and so the initial connection to Hans J. Wegner was established.

Image: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen – 1955

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