Effortlessly cool mid-century Danish lounge chair
In 1886 the Krüger brothers Theodor and Ferdinand founded a woodturning company in Copenhagen. Inspired by the enduring qualities of mid-century Danish Modern, Ferdinand is cleverly tweaked to capture the current zeitgeist. Time has changed, yet the company’s dedication to craftsmanship and passion for wood hasn’t altered one bit. Brdr. Krüger was originally a woodturning workshop but has now become a self-producing design company where the commitment to quality and craftsmanship has been nurtured for five generations, ensuring the same high quality in every piece that leaves the family-owned workshop.
Brdr. Krüger’s design DNA is born out of the aesthetics of the mid-century Danish modern movement. The vision with Ferdinand was to create a signature design that reflects contemporary sensibilities while honouring the legacy of design from the 20th century. Woodturning is a key element of the structural design, a technique that combines classic craftsmanship with high-tech manufacturing. The result is a bold and distinct design with the backrest and the frame blending seamlessly together. With two centuries of design tradition meeting in one composition, the Lounge Chair is named after one of the founding Krügerbrothers, Ferdinand. Designed by Danish design studio OeO and conceived in close dialogue with Brdr. Krüger’s master craftspeople, the chair is available in soap-treated oak and black stained oak, with the seat available in leather as well as upholstery featured in three elegant colours of the tactile Coda 2 fabric from Kvadrat.Buy now from Brdr. Krüger , €2,229