Known for modern originals crafted to last, Fredericia is used in various projects, whether cultural institutions, workspaces, hospitality, or home interiors, in search of aesthetic and durable furniture, adding to the atmosphere and offering comfort and tactility.
Our collection of classic and contemporary furniture meets the needs and demands of designers and architects worldwide requesting sustainable and circular solutions, including a wide range of certifications, traceability and European production.
Fredericia furniture is featured in interior design projects all over the world, including The Sydney Opera House, West Bund Museum Shanghai, The Pier First Class Lounge, Hong Kong Airport, Fayland House in the UK and much more.
“ It is of great importance that the things we purchase and live with, do not need to be changed but instead grow old with dignity and charm. ”
Andreas Graversen, CEO for Fredericia, 1955-1995
Today's restaurants, bars, and premium luxury hotels are moving toward creating unique and authentic areas. Spaces where customers have a feeling of "Home away from home".
Increasingly, co-working spaces, corporate headquarters, companies, institutions, public spaces, cultural centres, and brand stores are looking to create an elegant yet casual atmosphere conducive to interaction. At the same time, they want to make private workspaces and meeting zones. Fredericia's products infuse these spaces with modern functionality and human values. With versatile designs that lend themselves to a variety of applications.
Longevity, authenticity, and comfort are essential for modern design customers. Luxury products are becoming less opulent and more honest. Fredericia has the historic leverage, high-quality products, subtle sense of aesthetics, and modern approach to become a preferred residential brand within the premium segment.
Crafted to last
Ever since Fredericia was established in 1911, conscious consumption has been a core value. With timeless, durable designs made from honest materials that age with grace, intended to last for generations. As a result, vintage pieces continue to find a place in contemporary settings worldwide. Reusing classic designs is a sustainable move that contributes to a circular economy.