There is a stark contrast between the Rococo framed showroom in Denmark’s fine art and design district and the original workshop found in the outskirts of town. Five generations of first class craftsmanship is the thread that binds it all together. Founded in 1886 by brothers Theodor and Ferdinand Krüger, the now household name in Danish furniture continues to deliver the quintessence of ‘handmade in Denmark’.
They are FSC-certified and partly energy self-sufficient, their care for the environment and employees is exemplary, as is their commitment to preserve and pass on the traditional craft. Besides manufacturing icons such as Hans Bølling’s 1963 Tray Table and Kaj Bojesen’s Monkey, Brdr. Krüger has its own line of sleek modern furniture. Embraced by blueprint brands like Hermès and loved in private homes, Brdr. Krüger stands the test of time while pointing to the future.