A hybrid between a dining chair and an easy chair, and designed with those with limited living space in mind, the J104 is championed for its functionality and timeless aesthetic. In the spirit of mid-century design, Baekmark intended to create high-quality and accessible design pieces.
Expertly crafted from solid wood, the J104 is a chair to keep and love forever, available in a range of contemporary colourways that can adapt to changing interior spaces over time.
Jorgen Baekmark was a member of the design team at FDB Mobler, established by Borge Mogensen in the 1960s. FDB (the Danish Consumers Cooperative) set out to develop practical and inexpensive furniture following design principles that had their origins in the German Bauhaus movement. Recently, Danish furniture manufacturer HAY has begun to manufacture some of these early FDB pieces. The J104 chair, originally designed by Jorgen Baekmark in 1966, shows definite Shaker influences.