Blå Station Brings OM, Max + Turn On Board
Blå Station has added two generously sized chairs and a table that’s ideal for those in-between spaces to their catalogue. Up first is designer Johan Ansander’s OM chair, lightweight with a slender seat and minimal construction. Molded plywood turns the contemporary chair’s back legs into a continuous backrest, with other pieces of the material used for the front legs and rim.
“My aim was to offer a generous seating experience with very few components, and with the backrest as one visually open piece,” said Ansander.” Johan Lindau, CEO and design manager of Blå Station, shared, “I immediately signed Johannes on when he showed me his sketches a year ago, this was his private little secret, you would never arrive at something so striking through an ordinary product brief.” OM is constructed with European oak or ash, with optional dyed colors and padded seats available.
The second piece of seating – Max – was also designed by Ansander, who added cushioning to his existent wooden Maximus chair. Soft and springy, full of personality, it’s a chair that works in both private and public spaces. While Maximus features softly shaped wood, Max is crafted with nosaq springs that are covered with molded foam that’s held in place using an exact stitching process.
Made in oak or ash, Turn is a hard worker of a table meant to live in either the home or office. With three available heights, it can be used to hold beverages, books, or flowers. The lowest is ideal for pairing with a sofa, while the highest can accommodate your laptop perfectly. You might even notice a touch of Baroque art influence in the table’s reversible turned foot. Constructed in all wood with a steel shaft base, Turn’s ash version is also available in lacquered versions.
To learn more about OM, Max, or Turn, visit blastation.com.