Helge Sibast was born in 1908 on the island of Funen, Denmark. Son of a cabinetmaker, he worked as an assistant with his father, whom he bought from the factory when he retired. Gifted with woodwork and on the lookout for technical evolutions, he was innovative in the architecture of furniture as well as in its technicality, particularly through the early use of plywood, which was then in full development. During the first golden age of Danish design in the 1950s and 1960s, Sibast Furniture employed up to 120 skilled craftsmen and exported its functional and refined furniture to the four corners of the world.
After his death in 1985, Sibast Furniture closed its doors and slowly slipped into oblivion, until his grandson Ditlev Sibast and his wife Anna decided to revive it in 2012.

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