Born: 1898 - Died: 1992
Mogens Koch was a Danish architect and furniture designer. He attended the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He worked for Kaare Klint after graduation, and was trained in the Danish functional tradition.
As a lighting designer, he is known for the stylish Dobbeltkegle (1956), while his furniture designs include classics, like the Folding Chair (1932), the Wing Chair No. 50 and the Armchair No. 51, in mahogony and leather (1936) and the Book Case (1928)
In the period 1950 to 1968, he was a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.