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J.L. Moller's Mobelfabrik Danish Cord Chairs

1920 Niels Otto Møller is born.

1939 N.O. Møller completes his apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker.

1944 J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik is founded by N.O. Møller in Århus, Denmark.

1966 N.O. Møller’s son Jens Ole Møller completes his cabinet making training.

1969 N.O. Møller’s son Jørgen Henrik Møller completes his training.

1974 Jørgen Henrik Møller is a student at the Copenhagen Design School.

1981 The company receives the Dansk MøbelIndustri’s Furniture Prize.

1982 N.O. Møller dies. His two sons Jørgen Henrik Møller and Jens Ole Møller carry on the company.

1994 Jens. O. Møller dies.

1997 Jørgen Henrik Møller starts managing the company. His eldest son Michael Møller started in the company.

2015 Kirsten Møller the granddaughter of Niels Otto Møller became the Director at J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik and continues to run the business today.


The chairs produced by J.L. Moller are created using old craft traditions and not an assembly line. 


Raw wood is imported to the factory. Oak from Spessart in Southern Germany, beech from Denmark, maple from Belgium, cherry from USA, teak and palisander from Asia.


Chair seats are woven in either natural or black Danish cord and use 130 metres of material providing durability and easy maintenance. 

The History of J.L. Moller's Mobelfabrik Danish Cord Chairs

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55

71

71

1951 Armchair Model Number 55 and Chair Model Number 71 are designed by Neil Moller.

Neil Moller originally used Arne Hovmand-Olsen’s name as a designer as Neil was a carpenter at the time and his friend Arne was an architect.

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75

75

1954 Armchair Model Number 56 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for JL Møllers Møbelfabrik.

Photo used with permission from our friends at Banana Lab.

1954 Chair Model Number 75 is designed by by Niels Otto Møller for JL Møllers Møbelfabrik

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57

77

77

1959 Armchair Model Number 57 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for JL Møllers Møbelfabrik

and Chair Model Number 77 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for JL Møllers Møbelfabrik.

80A

80A

80A

1959 Stool Model Number 80A is designed by Niels Otto Møller for JL Møllers Møbelfabrik

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78

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62

1962 Chair Model Number 78 is designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

1962 Armchair Model Number 62 is designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

63A

63 A

63A

63A

1963 Bench Model Number 63 and 63A are designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

Photos used with permission of Brassy Beehive.  

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79

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64

1966 Chair Model Number 79 is designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

1966 Armchair Model Number 64 is designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

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82

1970 Chair Model Number 82 is designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

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1974 Chair Model Number 83 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

1974 Armchair Model Number 66 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

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401

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401

1974 Chair Model Number 401 is by Jorden Henrik Moller for J.L. Mollers Mobelfabrik

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402

1974 Armchair Model Number 402 is by Jorden Henrik Moller for J.L. Mollers Mobelfabrik

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67

67

67

1976 Armchair Model Number 67 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

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84

1976 Chair Model Number 84 is designed by Niels Otto Møller for J.L. Moller Mobelfabrik

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Moller Chair 85

1981 Chair Model Number 85 and armchair Model Number 68 are designed

Our Location Until April 2022

Fort Langley, British Columbia with Meet-Ups in Vancouver

Our Travel Plans 2022

Calgary, Alberta - mid-April to mid-May

Regina stop

Thunder Bay stop

Ottawa, Ontario - June

Toronto, Ontario - July

London, Ontario - August

Winnipeg stop

Kamloops, BC - 2 Weeks September

Penticton, BC late September to mid-October

Vancouver area mid-October to mid-April


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