Discover our Outdoor Colletion designed by Børge Mogensen – Carl Hansen & Søn

Moving the attention to detail reserved for indoor furniture outside, Børge Mogensen’s Outdoor series is crafted in solid, untreated FSC™-certified teak (FSC C135991) and tactile Sunbrella fabric. The original slatted designs of the 60s and 70s include foldable chairs, benches and a table first conceived for Mogensen’s private balcony.

Now reworked to modern sensibilities, they stow elegantly thanks to their clever, collapsible construction and practical wall mounts.

Bringing the beauty of craftsmanship to the outdoors
Referencing the simplicity of Shaker furniture, with clean lines and functional details, Børge Mogensen’s foldable Outdoor Table was designed back in 1971. Rediscovered by Carl Hansen & Søn, the iconic designer’s outdoor table and bench set is reworked to modern sensibilities, yet remains true to the spirit of its original design. Set on a sturdy but elegant wooden frame, graphic slats create a durable and decorative tabletop perfect for impromptu outdoor gatherings. Crafted in untreated FSC™-certified teak, the durable design withstands wear and weather conditions to age gracefully over time, acquiring an elegant silver-grey hue. Pair with the corresponding bench to create a set that neatly stows away when not in use.

Photo credit: @elinlannsjo

BM4570 | Chair
By Børge Mogensen
Børge Mogensen conceived the BM45701 Dining Chair in the late 1960s, as a part of his Deck Chair Series of functional outdoor furniture. The chair’s simple, slatted lines and solid teak construction provide durable functionality in a range of outdoor spaces. Fitted with a suspended seat in weather resistant Sunbrella fabric, it folds neatly away when not in use – and can be hung on the corresponding wall mount.

BM1771 | Table | 194,5×78
By Børge Mogensen
Børge Mogensen’s functionalist approach is evident in the foldable set of table and benches created by the furniture designer in 1971.

Børge Mogensen
Børge Mogensen’s creative process produced long-lasting pieces with humans at the center. He became a highly-influential, post-war designer and a leading representative of Danish Modern. Mogensen’s democratic design included simple and functional wooden furniture for both private and public spaces, with calm aesthetics and strong construction from quality. He believed in visual clarity and minimal decoration or experimentation, as seen in his classic Hunting Table and Deck Chair Set.