Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
  • Joergen Baekmark Fdb Chair
The FDB series incarnates HAY’s core values: good design, democratic prices and industrial production. With the original idea from 1933 and under Børge Mogensen’s leadership as design director from 1942, FDB created a strong furniture concept that linked industrial production with furniture made by architects. In practical terms, the industrial approach eliminated the need for special components, as all the chairs had the same legs, just as the main emphasis was not on detailing, since the underlying ideology was to make wellmade furniture accessible to the general population. That idea revolutionized the industry as a precursor of many of the design icons that Denmark is world-famous for today.
The FDB series also pioneered knock-down furniture: furniture that comes in a box and is assembled by the user. Kvist Møbler produced the FDB furniture then and still does today – only now with HAY as the standard-bearer for democratic design furniture with a long life span.

J104 Chair

With its wide back and seat combined with the light, vertical graphic expression, J104 resembles a cross between a dining chair and an easy chair. In this unique composition, although the broad seat takes up visual space, the spindle structure of the back lightens the overall impression and makes J104 a sculptural classic.

DIMENSIONS
W 57 x D 47 x H 44,5/73 cm

MATERIALS
Base:
Soap treated beech
Lacquered beech
With felt gliders

COLOURS
Nature, Black, White, Grey, Coral


J107 Chair

Poul M. Volther created this chair before he gained world fame with his easy chair Corona, but seen in the larger context of his work as a furniture designer, it matches his overall expression, including the oval shapes and the interplay of open and solid elements, as if the gaps are as much a part of the design as the actual seat surface. This three-legged FDB classic is less well-known, but that only makes it all the more interesting.

DIMENSIONS
W 45 x D 45 x H 44,5/77 cm

MATERIALS
Base:
Soap treated beech
Lacquered beech
With felt gliders

COLOURS
Nature, Black, White, Grey, Coral


J110 Chair

Tall slender wooden rods make up the backrest of this Nordic and democratic version of a royal seat. The rods form a cosy shell and offer a calm space to relax. J110 is an elegant dining chair with a built-in interplay of shadow and light when the sunlight darts in and out between the rods. J110 is an updated version of a classic chair with a solid history.

DIMENSIONS
W 53 x D 60 x H 44,5/106 cm

MATERIALS
Soap treated beech
Lacquered beech
With felt gliders

COLOURS
Nature, Black, White, Grey, Coral

Design:
Joergen Baekmark

Manufacturer:
Hay