how we make
Our Frame is through the hands of many talented people before it ends up on your wall. Making it takes skills and an extreme attention to detail. Precision is key when you're not forcing your products together with glue or welds. It just has to be perfect every time. This is why we make our frame with some of the best craftsmen in their field right here in Denmark.
We carefully select all our partners and our Danish supplier has been a valued partner since the very beginning.They value sustainability and social responsibility and fully comply with our CSR policy. The company is owned by Michael, whom you will often find somewhere in the workshop. He is hands on and knows every little detail about everything that comes out of the workshop.
The frame production is placed a little west of Copenhagen and run by a small dedicated team, many of whom have had some challenges in life. Each team member specializes in their field and does so with passion and engagement.
All frames are made of responsibly grown European oak, primarily sourced from Germany or Poland. To secure the durability, the strength and the colours in the oak, you must handle it with care. The wood is carefully sourced, dried locally for two month and after arriving in Denmark the oak dries for additional two months.
Our supplier is PEFC certified. PEFC is a sustainable forest management system to ensure that forests will be around for generations to come. This translated into one sentence: We only use oak, which is grown sustainably, where all wood is used and new trees are planted.
The MOEBE frames are left raw and untreated, which require only the best materials.
A dedicated team
Each list goes through the hands of many dedicated people. From it is received and stored to dry, to cutting the lists, printing the logo, assembly and packaging - every time it changes hands it is manually quality checked.
The untreated wood is cut on a CNC machine - here the correct speed is essential to ensure the wood is processed without being damaged. The lists will then be cut into pieces in different lengths before it ends up with the assembly team, where the team once again will quality check before it is assembled and packed in FSC certified packaging.