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STING | O30 (Blå Station) | Free BIM object for ArchiCAD, Revit, Sketchup
Sting is an exceptionally stackable chair in aluminium and stainless steel. Sting is linkable and can be used both indoors and outdoors. Sting is very comfortable with a slight movement and is usable in many different environments; indoors, outdoors, cafés, canteens, conference centres and more. Sting is also available as armchair. Sting natural anodised is eco-labelled with the Nordic Swan and is 100 % recyclable. Designers: Stefan Borselius, Fredrik Mattson
OPPO | O50 (Blå Station) | Free BIM object for ArchiCAD, Revit, Sketchup
Oppo is a swivel easy-chair that inhabits a room even when no one is there. Oppo comes in a small and a large version, with or without armrests. Oppo thrives almost everywhere; airports, waiting areas, hotels, lounges, libraries and many other locations. After years of experimenting with the thin seat shells in laminated Formfelt, in 2009 Stefan Borselius gave shape to a new piece of furniture that seems totally skinless. An “alien” called Oppo. Oppo is slang and means friend or “buddy”.
GA-2 (Källemo) | Free BIM object for ArchiCAD
GA-2 Erik Gunnar Asplund. Art. 322. H 67, W 75 D 78 SH 40 cm. Fåtölj. Stålstativ. Trästomme, sidor i kallskum. Sits med kallskum och hollofill. Läder. Uppfyller kriterier för Svanen märkning. Easychair. Chrome plated steel frame. Wooden framework, foam sides and seat. Leather. Fulfils the requirements for the eco label Svanen.
CONVENT TABLE (Fora Form) | Free BIM object for ArchiCAD
Most of the designs in the Convent CS System have longitudinal cable openings and covers as standard features. This gives the table a tidy appearance and a large capacity in terms of power supply and network connection. Standard: 38mm table top delivered in natural birch veneer. Oak, natural beech veneer, black-stained ash or stained as described in the Fora Form menu. For laminate, see the Fora Form menu.
PLANET (Fora Form) | Free BIM object for 3DS Max, ArchiCAD, Sketchup
The Planet chair and table was first launched in 1965 and remained a part of the collection until the end of the 1970s. Planet was the first spherical chair in Norwegian furniture history. The name alludes to the first space journey in 1961 and the entry of Pop Art furniture onto the Norwegian market.