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Björn 095

Design: Björn Dahlström
In the assortment since 2005

Björn is a classic wooden chair with its own expression. The chair has been in NC’s assortment for quite some time, but it is still a very popular product. Today already a classic and most likely also tomorrow. Designed by Björn Dahlström, hence its name. The chair has round sticks in the back that are stabilised by nice details that are characteristic for Björn.
The armrest version is possible to hang up on the table, which is a practival function and makes it easier to clean the floor (see article number 185 and 195).
Björn is produced in FSC Mix and also wears the Möbelfakta label. It is available with wooden seat or with fixed upholstered seat. You can have it in clear lacquer or stained. You can choose the fabric from all textile manufacturers, but if you want tips, please check out our fabric guide. If you go for the wooden seat you can add our cozy shep fur pad in black, white or grey. It is both comfortable and looks good.

ADDED VALUE

Available both as chair and armchair.
Possibility to choose wooden or permanent upholstered seat.
Possibility for stain creates individual coloring.
The armchair is suspendable wich makes cleaning easier.
Arched back in combination with an even amount of sticks in the back gives free space for the spine and best comfort.
Generous dimensions fits a wider range of people.
Form cut sheep fur optional.
Related to the easychair Sture and the armchair Curt.

NCS colour code of your choice is available for this product


Art no: 095

Specification

Dimensions

Height 84 cm
Width 46 cm
Depth 52 cm
Sitting height 45 cm
Sitting depth 39 cm
cm inch

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Choose your color

NCS colour code of your choice is available for this product

Care instructions for this piece of furniture

Wood is a living material whose grain has a natural variation in pattern, hue and lustre from the start. The wood is affected for example by humidity, temperature and season. Due to the fact that wood is a living material it means:

  • Screws need to be tightened regularly, at least once a year.
  • Massive tabletops might need to settle with up to 0.5% depending on the surroundings.
  • Light from lamps and sunshine have a certain effect on the colour and lightness of the wood surface, so please let the same amount of light expose the whole surface.

To take care of the environment we lacquer a big part of our products with water-based products. This means:

  • Spill of coffee or other liquids must be wiped off immediately.
  • Please clean the surface with washing-up liquid or mild pH neutral cleanser and lukewarm water, wipe with clean water and wipe dry. Do not use cleaning agents which are alkaline, aggressive, contains abrasives or solvents.
  • For disinfection non-alcohol based agents are recommended, such as Virkon or DAX Alco Free. Alcohol based agents should not be used.

Accessories

Björn Dahlström

Product designer and graphic designer.

Björn Dahlström was born in 1957 in Stockholm, Sweden. For NC Björn has designed the chairs CURT, BJÖRN and YES, the stool SPUTNIK and the STURE series.

Björn founded his own company in 1982 and focused on graphic for companies such as Ericsson, Scania and Altlas Copco. Today Björn predominantly focuses on industrial design and furniture design. Björn has also produced graphic designs and animated movies for the above-mentioned companies.

Björn Dahlström
Björn Dahlström with things he has designed.

In the 90’s Björn created several successful furniture projects together with the Stockholm based company cbi as primary client. Björn has received numerous awards throughout the years and has received the Swedish award Utmärkt Svensk Form several times. He has also been a member of the jury for the German design Award Rote Punkt, as well as for other international competitions.

1999-2001 Björn worked as a professor at Konstfack University College of Arts Crafts and Design in Stockholm. He has also lectured at Beckmans School of Desing in Stockholm Björn currently lives and work in Stockholm and is a member of SID (Swedish Industrial Designers).

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