This morning I opened up my computer and for some reason decided to visit Fredericia’s website. I knew they were working on it, and I’ve been checking the past few days to see if there was any progress being made. To my surprise when I visited their link I was welcomed by a fresh new homepage and an intriguing link at the top of the webpage saying “inspiration”.
It was here that I saw the first images of Børge Mogensen’s summer home, a set of photographs that I have never seen before!
As with other Mogensen designed homes there are some clear themes that resonate throughout the space. The lime plaster washed brick, the central fireplace, the natural stone floors, the Japanese garden, and of course Mogensen’s beautiful furnishings.
They concluded with this caption:
“When Børge Mogensen and his family took time off, they went to their summer cottage in sandy North Jutland, but with clear evidence, Børge never took time off… The design office is one of the largest rooms in the house.”
A beautiful central courtyard with Nyhavn wall sconces, and a special Mogensen bench.
A J39 chair and the 6284 table both of which you can see in person at Mjolk.
One sofa we wish we could incorporate in our lives. We first saw this sofa at Professor Oda’s house during our trip to Hokkaido Japan.
A grass rug sits under one half of the desk.
Leather pulls on the pantry, with a woven chair in the background.
Oak kitchen with brass hinges.