Architect Mogens Koch (1898-1992) graduated as a building architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1925. From 1932 he worked as an assistant to architect and furniture designer Kaare Klint. Mogens Koch also worked with other architects such as Carl Petersen and Ivar Bendtsen until he opened his own design studio in 1934. From 1950 to 1968 Mogens Koch was employed as professor of restoration at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture.

Mogens Koch has drawn a large number of patterns, after which his wife weaver Ea Koch (1905-1987) woven the most beautiful carpets. Embroidery patterns were also drawn for the Handwork Promotion and the watercolour block was also used extensively for sketches. These patterns form the basis of the Skriver Collections collection. A rigorous design in which each part serves a purpose and where the emphasis is on a single idiom without superfluous decoration.

All Skriver Collections mats are made of recycled nylon and are PVC free rubber backside.

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