Danish architect and furniture designer Mogens Koch is renowned for his functional approach and timeless designs. Between 1925 and 1932, Mogens Koch was employed in turn at Carl Petersen’s, Ivar Bentsen’s and Kaare Klint’s drawing offices. He opened his own drawing office in 1943. Deeply influenced by his time with Kaare Klint, Mogens Koch created designs that valued the whole above the parts, and strived to create consistency between buildings and their fixtures and furnishings – just as Klint had done before him.Read More
Koch’s few but very well-thought-out and simple designs are all regarded as original and ground-breaking for their day, and considered pioneering in terms of comfort, function, and aesthetics. His most famous designs include his Folding Furniture and his legendary Shelving System – today both viewed as design icons. The Shelving System, first sketched in 1928, has been reproduced around the world. Rud. Rasmussen developed the first prototype in 1930 and started production in 1932. Eighty years later, Rud. Rasmussen still produces Koch’s Shelving System in the Nørrebro neighbourhood of Copenhagen.
The furniture Koch designed over the years always had a special significance and connection to his own life. All of his designs were created for a particular purpose or building. The Shelving System, for example, was initially intended for his own home, where the small rooms required flexible storage furniture that offered a variety of solutions.
The Folding Table is a light and practical coffee table that can easily be folded together and stowed. A full-grain leather strap makes it possible to hang the table on a wall. The folding table is available in oak and walnut with an oiled surface. It is possible to adjust the table to work at two heights:18.5" and 13.5"
28″W x 20.5″D x 13.5"H or 18.5″H.