FDB Møbler | Tableware | Grethe Meyer
Danish FDB Møbler is strongly rooted in the icons of Danish furniture design. FDB, the Danish Consumers’ Co-operative Society, was founded in 1940 to produce functionalist and democratic design for ordinary people – thanks to the new industrial production, FDB could manufacture high-quality furniture at low prices. During the next decades, designers such as Børge Mogensen and Poul M. Volther created numerous timeless pieces of Danish furniture design. FDB closed its factory in 1980, but in 2013 the Danish Coop launched FDB Møbler and started re-releasing some of the most beloved products of the mid-century Danish design. In addition to the classics, FDB Møbler creates new furniture inspired by the old collections.
This brand has collaborated with: Philip Bro , Jørgen Bækmark, Poul M. Volther, Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen, Grethe Meyer, Included Middle , Børge Mogensen, Diana Mot & Isabella Bergstrøm, Stine Lundgaard Weigelt, Unit10, Dögg Guðmundsdóttir, Thomas E. Alken, Halskov Dalsgaard, Monica Ritterband, Isabel Ahm, Erik Jørgensen