Like the owner of Vilhelm Lauritzen AS, Jens Ammundsen, Flemming Agger was first trained as a cabinet maker before studying architecture at Danmarks Designskole. He joined Vilhelm Lauritzen in 1991 and has since been involved in the renovation of the head office and television studios of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, he was the project architect responsible for the decoration and inventory of the Ministry of Environment and Energy, and for the railway station at Copenhagen Airport. However, even in the days he was employed by KHRAS Architects, he was part of a team working on a project at the airport - the concept and tender documentation, decoration, design and facades of Pier B. Flemming Agger also devised the concept of the Danish Pavilion in Seville, beds for the Danish furniture store Illums Bolighus and designed lamps for Le Klint -the combination of classic shades and Flemming Agger's designs were an immediate success. In 1979 model 368 was launched at the Gothenburg fair. and beds for the Danish furniture store Illums Bolighus.