Decorative detail: Spine collection by Fredericia Furniture

Spine lounge petit and Spine daybed were designed by Space Copenhagen.

Family-owned company Fredericia Furniture launched the Spine collection. Originally created for a Michelin starred restaurant, Spine lounge petit and Spine daybed were designed by Space Copenhagen.

The design of the Spine lounge petit was inspired by Børge Mogensen, a master of functionalism. Meanwhile, the Spine daybed is a multifunctional piece of furniture with piping along the sides and center of the daybed and on the cushion. A decorative detail also enhances the hard-wearing properties of the furniture.

The complete Spine collection consists of eight different models. A key feature of the Spine collection is the contrast between its hard back and its friendly front. From behind, every piece has a closed back in lacquered or black lacquered oak, while the front has well-padded cushions in either fabric or leather. Spine is handcrafted in Denmark.

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Fredericia Furniture was established in 1911.

 

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