J81 armchair black. New édition.

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J81 armchair black. New édition.
These are the small details that have made one of the most comfortable dining chairs even more comfortable. When Jørgen Bækmark added an armrest to J81, the big brother to the J80, the result was both a more comfortable chair, but also with a natural continuation of the curved shape in the chair back. In addition, the chair is slightly broader than the J80, which of course also provides a little more comfort.
The design is derived from FDB Møller's golden age, but the proportions are slightly adjusted, as the Danes on average are five-six centimeters higher today than they were in the 1950s. But otherwise it appears that at the time - and at the same time quite current and current.

Year 1950
Dimensions H : 82 cm. W :65,3 cm. D : 53,3 cm. Seat height : 44,5 cm.
Material Black stained beech and black papercord
Style Classique
Origin Denmark
Fournisseur FDB Møbler

Jørgen Baekmark

Denmark (1919)

The architect Jorgen Baekmark was at the head of the workshop FDP during nine years, from 1958 till 1967, after Borge Mogensen, Poul M. Volther and Ejvind A Johansson.

He was born in 1919, he has did a training course of cabinet maker in 1950 and then did a training course at the school of the decorative arts of Copenhagen. (kunsthandvaerkerskolen)

The most famous furniture of his time at the time of the FDB is the chair and J80. She differs in her expression and her size. After its farewells in the FDD in 1967, Jorgen Baekmark created its own studio. Some of his best design of the time of the FDB are relaunched by COOP today.