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Kaskad

Armchair

Björn Dahlström

The award-winning Kaskad armchair was inspired by the movement of water surging over rapids. Crafted from ribbons of curved steel attached to a contouring frame, the chair’s fluid form and flowing lines recalls shapes commonly used in contemporary art more than in industrial design. The Armchair is maintenance-free, ergonomic and stackable. The armchair, which was launched by Nola in 2011, has been awarded over the years with prizes such as the Swedish Design S Award and the Red Dot Design Award Winner.

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77,5cm
70cm
88cm

Dimensions and weight

Width: 70 cm
Depth: 77,5 cm
Height: 88 cm
Seat height: 43,5 cm
Weight: 12 kg

Materials

Made from bent steel wires with diameters of 6 mm and 10 mm. The steel wire is zinc-electroplated, gold-chromed and powder-coated in standard colours black RAL 9005, white RAL 9010 or yellow RAL 1016.

Standard colours

RAL 9005
RAL 9010
RAL 1016

Product number

U11-82 Kaskad fåtölj.
U11-84 Kaskad dyna till fåtölj.

Additional description number

S = Black RAL 9005
V = White RAL 9010
G = Yellow RAL 1016

Assembly and placement

Fully assembled.

Freestanding. Fixtures for attaching the chair to the surface can be ordered.

Maintenance

Not normally required. Any scratches to the paint can be repaired with alkyd oil enamel.

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Variants

Available in standard colours black RAL 9005, white RAL 9010 and yellow RAL 1016.

Character

Crafted from ribbons of curved steel attached to a contouring frame, the Kaskad armchair captures the movement of water surging over rapids.

Kaskad

Armchair

Björn Dahlström

The award-winning Kaskad armchair was inspired by the movement of water surging over rapids. Crafted from ribbons of curved steel attached to a contouring frame, the chair’s fluid form and flowing lines recalls shapes commonly used in contemporary art more than in industrial design. The Armchair is maintenance-free, ergonomic and stackable. The armchair, which was launched by Nola in 2011, has been awarded over the years with prizes such as the Swedish Design S Award and the Red Dot Design Award Winner.

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Designers

Björn Dahlström

Björn Dahlström is a Swedish designer and industrial designer. He started his company in 1982 concentrating on graphic design for big Swedish clients. Today he is a well established designer with a wide range of products such as furniture, bicycles, carpets, cookware and toys.

Dahlström has received a number of Awards and prizes during the years, both nationally and internationally, including several Excellent Swedish Design (Utikkert Svensk Form / Design S), Design Plus Prize and Red Dot Design Award. He is represented in various museums around the world, including the national Museum for Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, The Museum of Design & Craft (The Röhsska Museum) in Gothenburg and Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Dahlström has been a professor at the University of Arts (Konstfack), and taught at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm. Björn Dahlström lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.

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