Fredericia was founded in 1911 as Fredericia Chair Factory by entrepreneur NP Ravnsø, who successfully ran the company until his death in 1936. From the beginning, Ravnsø wanted his new company to be known for its extremely high quality and throughout During his tenure, he hired only the most experienced craftsmen – which quickly led Fredericia Stolefabrik to become known for its high-quality furniture in a variety of styles. The Ravnsø family owned and operated Fredericia Stolefabrik until 1955.
Fredericia Furniture began as a thoroughly Danish design house, born of a proud heritage. A heritage of unwavering commitment to the perfection and advancement of design craftsmanship.

This quickly became known as a buzzword for the furniture industry when the small western Danish industrial town of Fredericia was the setting for Denmark’s international furniture exhibition. So it was no coincidence that Ravnsø chose Fredericia for his company. At the time, it was hosting the Nordic International Furniture Exhibition, also known as “The Fair,” which was first held in 1910. Until 1983, Fredericia was the venue for the fair, where manufacturers presented a wide range of Danish designs that would be developed during the mid-century.



Nordic Urban Berlin sells the complete range of Fredericia Furniture.

Collections and products

The Swoon Collection / J39 Collection / The Calmo Collection / The Spine Collection / Trinidad Collection / The Spanish Collection / Calmo / Pato / Pato Executive / Pato Lounge / The Canvas Chair / Ditzel Lounge Chair / The Mogensen Bench & Chair / BM 61 / BM 62 /


Product Group: Seating Furniture/ Tables/ Children’s Room Furniture/ Office Chairs/ Conference- Meeting Furniture/ Informal Zones/ Retreat Zones Waiting Furniture/ Lounge Furniture/ Seating Systems/ Catering/ Library Furniture/ Kindergarten Furniture/ Wooden Furniture/ Chaiselonges/ Dining Tables/ Coat Racks/ Benches/ Sitting Benches/ Armchairs/ Desks

Designers: Børge Mogensen, Hans J. Wegner, Nanna Ditzel, Jens Risom, Jasper Morrison, Cecile Manz, Space Copenhagen, Shin Azumi, Hugo Passos, Gam Fratesi, Welling/Ludvik, Geckeler Michels, Hans Sandgren Jakobsen, Thau & Kallio, Arde, Per Borre, Ejvind A. Johansson, August Sandgren, Due & Trampedach, Keiji Takeuchi, Maria Bruun, OEO Studio, Sofie Østerby.