POUL M. VOLTHER
In 1950 the furniture designer Poul M. Volther took over the leadership of the drawing office for FDB Furniture, after Boerge Mogensen. He belonged to a generation of architects with deep roots in the good workmanship.
As exponent of the functionalism Poul M. Volter was against the passing vogue and aesthetic smartness. Instead he trough his love, on the simple manufacture, with delicate materials.
Poul M Volther was originally educated cabinetmaker, he continued his studies on school of Fine Arts. He was teaching in several years on Denmark Design school, where he has left his mark on hundreds of young furniture designers.