We are so glad to be the official dealer of J.L. Møblers Møbelfabrik in Taiwan since 2016. Møller's incredibly elegant works always fascinate our vision of having the classic Danish interior atmosphere. Moreover, it will be fit to all of modern interior styles in your house because of the simplicity Møller's chair has could bring be flexible to your home decor. Right now we provide all of Møller's works to Taiwanese  consumers. We believe that with the original craftsmanship and long-lasting commitment of Møller's crafts spirit, Møller's furniture works could bring the highest quaility for your daily living. 

J.L. Møblers Møbelfabrik


The underlying strength of J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik is its proud tradition of classic craftsmanship.
And we never compromise. Anything second-best has to go - because only the best quality is good enough. This principle applies all down the line, from the selection of the raw wood to the finished item of furniture.
Our furniture is assembled at our own factory, where we train our own workers in the cabinetmaker's art.
In that way we ensure the continuity of the high quality which is at all times our ultimate goal.

Our furniture is not built on an assembly line. We offer attractive furniture in which manufacture, materials and design are of outstanding quality. We desire to be the furniture manufacturer with the best craftsmanship and uncompromising quality.

Since 1944, J. L. Møllers Møbelfabrik has produced chairs of outstandingly high quality in timeless designs. The chairs are sold over the whole world and the Møller chair has become the epitome of Danish Design. What is it that makes J.L. Møller chairs so unique?

Production without assembly line
Chairs from J.L. Møller are assembled using the old craft traditions. As far as possible no modern technology or assembly lines are used. Each employee is a specialist in specific work processes for creating the chair, giving it a unique quality and elegance. At J.L. Møller tenons, mortices and dowels are all glued by hand. 
This is the only way to ensure that all surfaces have been treated. Dowels are dried down to 5% humidity (in the other components this is 8%), so that when the dowel contacts the glue it expands and is immoveably fixed in position. The chair’s tenon construction also strengthens the chair. Cramping is performed with compressed air in a hydraulic press. Polishing machines are not used for the final polish, as they treat all wood alike. Instead the chairs are polished by hand. This is J.L. Møller's policy in all production phases. If the latest technology does not give a better and more satisfactory result than the well-known craft methods, it is quite simply not employed in the factory.

The result 
When the chairs leave the factory they are dispatched FULLY ASSEMBLED. Not as knock-down furniture in a box. This costs more in transport, but at J.L. Møller our view is that what can be assembled by the recipient can also be accidentally disassembled by the consumer. It is literally impossible to pull a Møller chair apart. Before packing, our chairs undergo a final inspection, where everything is checked one last time before they are packed and sent off.

1920  Niels Otto Møller is born.
1939  N.O. Møller completes his apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker. 
1944  J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik is founded by N.O. Møller in a tiny workshop in the centre
of Århus, Denmark.
1946  The first chair, No. 1, is developed.
1951  Chair no. 71 and armchair no. 55 are designed.
1952  Exports begin to Germany and USA.
1954  Chair no. 75 and armchair no. 56 are designed.
1959  J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik moves to new and bigger premises on L.A. Ringsvej in Højbjerg
on the outskirts of Århus.   Image  
1959  Chair no. 77 and armchair no. 57 are designed.
1961  J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik buys a 33.000 m2 plot and builds a 6000 m2 factory on Oddervej 202
in Højbjerg.  Image  
1962  Chair no. 78 and armchair no. 62 are designed.
1963  Bench nos. 63 and 63A are designed.
1966  Chair no. 79 and armchair no. 64 are designed.
1966  N.O. Møller’s son Jens Ole Møller completes his cabinet making training. 
1968  Chair no. 80 and armchair no. 65 are designed.
1969  N.O. Møller’s son Jørgen Henrik Møller completes his cabinet making training. 
1970  Chair no. 82 is designed.
1972  The factory expands into a 2500 m3 production area.
1974  Chair no. 83 and armchair no. 66 are designed .
1974  Exports to Japan begin .
1974  Jørgen Henrik Møller is a student at the Copenhagen Design School, where he designs chair no. 401 and armchair no. 402.
1975  Chair no. 408 is designed.
1976  Chair no. 84 and armchair no. 67 are designed.
1981  Chair no. 85 and armchair no. 68 are designed.
1981  The company receives the Dansk MøbelIndustri’s Furniture Prize. The citation for the prize mentions J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik’s ability to combine the best craft traditions with modern furniture manufacture. The company has always obstinately held firm to its high quality level.
1982  N.O. Møller dies. His two sons Jørgen Henrik Møller and Jens Ole Møller carry on the company.
1985  Chair no. 86 and armchair no. 69 are designed.
1986  Chair no. 311 and armchair no. 312 are designed.
1986  Chair no. 333 and armchair no. 334 are designed.
1987  Chair no. 12 and armchair no. 13 are designed.
1994  Jens. O. Møller dies.
1995  Chair no. 40 and armchair no. 50 are designed by Andreas Hansen.
1997  Chair no. 100 is designed by MDD Henrik Bønnelycke.

Today the company continues in Møller family ownership – and is managed by Jørgen Henrik Møller. His eldest son Michael Møller has started in the company as a representative of the next generation.