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Poul M. Volther sewing cabinet

395,00 €

Unique Poul M. Volther sewing cabinet with 2 drawers, a sewing-basket and the well-known characteristic Poul Volther drawer handles. Manufactured bij FDB Mobler.

These typical handles are an excellent example what Danish design is all about: “Combining function and aesthtics”.

Overall original condition of this little sewing cabinet is very good with little signs of wear.


About the designer Poul M. Volther:


Poul Volther


Designer Poul M. Volther belonged to a generation of Danish creatives rooted in Scandinavian functionalism. Volther’s work is characterized by a mastery of form, as evidenced by his iconic EJ5 Corona Chair for Erik Jørgensen.

Highly collectible today, this singular piece has left an indelible mark on design history.


Volther originally trained as a cabinetmaker before studying at the Royal Danish Academy School of Arts & Crafts in Copenhagen.

Legendary architect-designer Hans Wegner introduced Volther to FBD, a Danish national cooperative association for producers of consumer goods. There, Volther worked under another Danish design great, Børge Mogensen and went on to become FDB’s design director when Mogensen left in 1959. During his tenure at FDB, Volther created a range of chairs and sofas that can still be found in homes across Denmark.


Through the course of the postwar years, Volther’s design work exhibited an aversion to short-lived trends in favor of cool, functionalist aesthetics driven by Bauhaus-influenced, rationalist design thinking. Poul M. Volther died in 2001.

  • Designer : Poul M. Volther
  • Manufacturer : FDB Mobler
  • Material : Teak & veneer
  • Colour : Teak
  • Measurements : On request.
  • Condition : Excellent

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