BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
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BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: Without Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
BM1871 Bench: With Cushion
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Carl Hansen & Søn × Børge Mogensen

BM1871 Bench

$1,125 - $1,490



Description

Inspired by the spare functionality of Shaker furniture, designer Børge Mogensen devised a foldable bench to go with the matching table for his own balcony in 1971. Carl Hansen & Søn now reintroduces the enduring outdoor series, sustainably crafted in untreated FSC-certified teak for durability. The bench has sturdy legs that tuck neatly inside the slatted seat for easy storage when not in use. Optional cushions in weather-resistant Sunbrella fabric add sitting comfort.

Specifications

Size

17.3" h x 66.9" w x 15.4" d (44x170x39cm)

Material

Teak, foam

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Brand

Carl Hansen & Søn

For Knud Erik Hansen, grandson of founder Carl Hansen and now the third-generation leader of the family-owned business, the way to the future also means honoring what has come before. Beginning in 1908 when a young cabinetmaker opened a small furniture workshop on the Danish island of Funen to today with Carl Hansen & Søn numbering some 400 employees worldwide, the company’s core mission in producing exceptional Danish Modern furniture has never wavered — an uncompromising commitment to the finest craftsmanship as reflected in the work of the best designers of the past and present.

The turning point came in 1949, when Carl’s son Holger Hansen took a chance on the then-unknown Hans J. Wegner, since revered for his now-classic Wishbone Chair, and the union continues to this day with the company as the world’s largest producer of Wegner’s furniture manufactured in Denmark. Alongside other Midcentury benchmarks from the likes of Ole Wanscher, Frits Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen and pioneering female architect Bodil Kjær, the company continues to introduce work from new Danish visionaries such as design duo Strand + Hvass, Thomas Bo Kastholm, Anker Bak and multidisciplinary artist Naja Utzon Popov. “If we play it cleverly and maintain our high quality and sustainability we have a great future,” says Knud Hansen. “Our furniture lasts for generations, so our quality is the key to our continuity. We have been producing wood furniture in Denmark for thousands of years.”


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