Børge Mogensen (1914-1972) is one of the figures who most contributed to defining the style of traditional Danish design that is still so loved and appreciated today. Mogensen in particular played a key role in leading Danish design from a pioneering phase still strongly linked to the handcrafted creation of high-quality, high-cost products to a more democratic development, aimed at the masses and young people thanks to lower prices but without lose in quality. He did this through great attention to the production and standardization aspects, developing and bringing and calibrating on large numbers the analytical and rational design method taught to him by his great master Kaare Klint, under whom he bored at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and for the which he worked for several years. He was able to implement this method above all thanks to his role as design director for Fællesforening for Danmarks Brugsforeninger (Confederation of Danish Design Cooperatives, still active today with the FDB Møbler brand), established in 1942 with the aim of producing low-cost for the widest possible audience. Starting in 1950, Mogensen left the FDB and founded his own design studio which will also give life to more valuable and refined products, produced in particular thanks to the partnership with the Fredericia brand. As taught to him by Klint, Mogensen loved to reinterpret classic English Windosre Chir furniture types or Shaker-style furnishings, reinterpreted with natural materials and functional but elegant shapes. In addition to Fredericia and FDB Møbler, today his furnishings are also produced by brands such as Carl Hansen & Søn, Hay and Mater.