L43 - MK46 Mogens Koch - 3 pers. couch
L43 - MK46 Mogens Koch - 3 pers. couch
L43 - MK46 Mogens Koch - 3 pers. couch
L43 - MK46 Mogens Koch - 3 pers. couch

L43 - MK46 Mogens Koch - 3 pers. couch Oak

Year of launch:

1947

EAN

5715054012668

Product no. L433001100103

    Materials

    Material: Oak

    Frame color: Natur

    Frame surface treatment: Lacquered

    Upholstery type: Spoor, Zea (Protected leather)

    Upholstery color: Black

    Lightfastness: ≥5

    Size

    Measure Assembled: 82,5 x 203,5 x 76,5

    Measure Unassembled: 66 x 204 x 80

    Seat height: 45 cm

    Seat depth: 55 cm

    Armrest height: 68 cm

    Back height: 43 cm

    Specifications

    Maximum load: 300 kg.

    Warranty: 10 years

    Test and Certificates

    FSC certified: Yes


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    Mogens Koch

    The architect and Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts professor Mogens Koch (1898-1992) was successful in making a name for himself – also as the furniture designer behind such well-known classics as his modular shelving system (1928) and the Folding Chair (designed in 1933, produced from 1959).

    Mogens Koch was employed by Kaare Klint up until 1934, after which he opened his own design studio. At his drawing office, the tasks were many and varied, ranging from furniture, new buildings, type fonts, silver and textiles.

    Mogens Koch played an active role in the idealistic development work aimed at producing better and cheaper furniture for FDB customers. So, even though Mogens Koch furniture today fetches high auction prices, many of the pieces were designed for practical use and efficient production.

    The beautiful and strong shelving boxes are among his most popular designs. They were designed in the 1940s – and are cherished around the world for their simplicity and countless combination possibilities. This really is a piece of furniture that survives generation after generation.