A brief history of Bramin
Bramin was founded in Denmark as NA Jørgensens Møbelfabrik. It was a factory where mainly wooden furniture items were made. A major change takes place when the company comes into contact with the designer H.W. Small. In addition to being a designer, the best man is an inventor and through this combination, he can come up with new techniques for producing furniture.
Patent on forms of foam tubs
His most important finding is the production method for forming foam tubs. With this, many complicated forms can be produced cheaply. This method has been used extensively in the 60s and 70s for swivel armchairs. H.W. Klein has a patent on this method and knows how to sell it to no fewer than 46 other furniture manufacturers, including Fritz Hansen. A well-known chair by Fritz Hansen made according to this method is the EGG chair.
Also wooden designer furniture from Bramin
In addition to the production of “foam” armchairs, Bramin has also made a lot of beautiful wooden furniture. In addition to the models of H.W. Small designs by Hans Olsen were also made.
Bramin at De Machinekamer
De Machinekamer also has a collection of Bramin armchairs, check the site for the current range or visit the store.