Blå Station's Bob Family Grows + Spirited Röhsska Chair

A host of new designs presented at SFF

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Blå Station's Bob Family Grows + Spirited Röhsska Chair
11/02/2019 - For the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2019, Stefan Borselius and Thomas Bernstrand’s Bob collection for Blå Station grows to include new pieces and variations that enrich the versatility and potential implementation of the products. The brand also dives into the prevailing wooden trend with Fredrik Paulsen’s Röhsska chair for his exhibition Unmaking Democratic Design that starts when Röhsska opens their doors again. Arc is Stone Design’s third contribution to the brand's range of sound absorbers, this time inspired by the arcades of the Colosseum. Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Job
Bob Job gets partitions in six different sizes in all the colors and textures that give Bob its special character. Shunning traditional desks, conference rooms and other strict office set-ups, Bob Job welcomes the user to melt into a relaxing yet hyper-creative activity-based office. Bob Job allows for private discussions, individual work and all types of meeting, be they face-to-face or digital. Bob Job by Blå Station

Bob Job by Blå Station

Bob Light
Obviously Bob needs a lamp, and this high overhead light meticulously follows Bob’s contours and is mounted on the backrest. Bob Light is released at SFF in collaboration with Zero, a space-shaping lighting solution that can be integrated directly into the Bob backrest. The dimmable LED lamp nested behind the convex diffuser can be pivoted to create intimate and focused lighting. It is also available as a freestanding floor lamp and pendant. Bob Light by Blå Station

Bob Light by Blå Station

Bob Home
Bob needed a sofa perfect for the home. Being 9cm deeper with even softer cushioning, Bob Home creates an intimate, homely sofa experience. Users can choose from straight sofas of varying lengths and corner sofas – or even a generous BOB HOME armchair? If the regular armrests take up too much space, a new more slender version is available that traces the contours of Bob Home perfectly. Bob Home by Blå Station

Bob Home by Blå Station

Bob Bubble
Bubble’s playful shapes break up strict and square environments. The decorative graphic table comes with three different sized stylized bubbles. They can be adjusted to accommodate more, bubbling over into the room. The matte lacquered table-top comes in laser-cut aluminum and is supported by a stainless steel structure. Available in many colors from Black and white to sand, terracotta, anthracite and clay. Bob Bubble by Blå Station

Bob Bubble by Blå Station

Bob Bucket
The cylinder that pierces through the glass table top begs for flowers, snacks, wine bottles, toys or that little touch that brings the design together. Bucket longs to be the center of attention. The rounded or gently curved square table top contrasts with the cylindrical base, available in earthy varnishes inspired by sand, terracotta, anthracite and clay. Bob Bucket by Blå Station

Bob Bucket by Blå Station

Bob Arc
Stone Design brings its third sound absorber to Blå Station. Arc is inspired by the arcades of the Colosseum in Rome and can be used in many vertical and horizontal configurations. The panels deflect irritating sound as the reliefs absorb soundwaves. The Arc Wall Planner can be combined with Acoustic Facts providing information about sound-absorbing values. Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Röhsska
Carpenter, artist and designer Fredrik Paulsen is the latest addition to Blå Station’s team of designers. The Röhsska chair was named after the leading Swedish design museum that will reopen on 23 February. Röhsska design museum will exhibit Fredrik’s eponymous chair as part of Unmaking Democratic Design in which he challenges a certain Swedish furniture giant’s attempts to take credit for the concept of democratic design – just how democratic is it, if the price of the product is the sole determiner and not thoughts of where and what it actually costs? Röhsska meets artisanry in industrial production and is produced entirely in Sweden, with Swedish wages and following Swedish sustainability ideals. It is delivered as a flat-pack product. The frame construction in 150 year-old beech from Skåne is complemented by a seat and backrest made from Swedish pine plywood making the chair homegrown in every sense of the word.

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Röhsska by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Arc by Blå Station

Bob Home by Blå Station

Bob Home by Blå Station

Bob Bubble by Blå Station

Bob Bubble by Blå Station

Bob Bucket by Blå Station

Bob Bucket by Blå Station

Bob Light by Blå Station

Bob Light by Blå Station

Bob Light by Blå Station

Bob Light by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

Röhsska by Blå Station

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