J. L. Møllers Møbelfabrik

 

J. L. Møllers Møbelfabrik
Oddervej 202
DK 8270
Højbjerg
Denmark
www.jlm.dk

J. L. Møllers Møbelfabrik A/S was founded by Neils Otto Møller in 1944 to produce his own unique chair designs with their distinctive tenon construction. The underlying strength of the Møllers brand is its tradition of craftsmanship. As far as possible no modern technology or assembly is used if it cannot produce a better or more satisfactory result then tried and tested craft methods. All Møllers furniture is produced in the Company’s own workshops located in Aahus, Denmark’s second largest city.

Only the best quality materials and production techniques are employed in the production of a Møller chair. This principle applies from the selection of the raw wood to the finished item of furniture. Furniture is assembled by the company’s own trained cabinetmakers with strict controls to guarantee continuity of quality is maintained.

The Company has received many awards, including the Danish Furniture Prize in 1974 and 1981. Each chair took Niels Otto Møller up to five years to perfect and consequently the Møller collection is relatively small for a company that’s been around for more than 60 years. This is also what makes a J. L. Møller chair so special.

In the 1960s, Niels’ sons Jens Ole Møller and Jørgen Henrik Møller completed their cabinetmaking training and joined the company. Ten years later, they began exploring to Japan, where appreciation of the simplicity and quality of Møllers design and craftsmanship has maintained the country as one of the Company’s biggest markets.

When J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik received the Dansk MøbelIndustri’s Furniture Prize in 1981, the citation read that it was in regognition for the Company’s ability to “combine the best craft traditions with modern furniture manufacturing techniques”.

Today, J. L. Møllers continues to be a family-run company exporting all over the whole world and J. L. Møller furniture is one of the most recognised brands of Danish Design.


J L Møllers Chairs

nomDesign N. O. Møller

 

 

 

1951

jl44-frontHostess Table No. 44

JL71-nat-cord-angleJL55-nat-cord-angle Chair no. 71 and armchair no. 55

 

1954

JL75-blk-angleJL56-blk-cord-angle

Chair no. 75 and armchair no. 56

1959

JL77-walnut-Hal-370-blk-brownJL57-walnut-Hal-190-blk-angle

Chair no. 77 and armchair no. 57

1962

Jl78-walnut-frontJL62-walnut-front

Chair no. 78 and armchair no. 62

1963

JL63-group-front

Bench nos. 63 and 63A

1966

JL79-teak-angleJL64-teak-angle

Chair no. 79 and armchair no. 64

1968

JL80-Roma-oak-front-angleJL65-Roma-oak-front-angle

Chair no. 80 and armchair no. 65

1970

JL82-maple-front-angle

Chair no. 82

1973

jl78-jl-24-group

Rectangular table JL24B

< h3 >1974

JL83-nat-cord-angleJL66-nat-cord-angle

Chair no. 83 and armchair no. 66

1976

JL84-blk-cord-angleJL67-blk-cord-angle

Chair no. 84 and armchair no. 67

1981

JL68-Halingdal-green-angleJL68-Halingdal-green-angle

Chair no. 85 and armchair no. 68