Dahlström drew on his graphic design background to create the Velit chair, which features very fine metal rods shaped to merge into one strong and supportive seat.
"The Velit chair is basically built up from 25 lines that interact, very much like a pen drawing," said Dahlström. "It is fascinating to 'weave' the lines together to create surfaces or, as in this case, an open structure that represents the seat and back."
At the same time, the designer stresses that he and Plank paid just as much attention to making the form a comfortable and ergonomically sound one.
"All this has been done with the aim to create a very relaxed seating position, something a bit laidback to enjoy a good book and a cup of coffee," said Dahlström.
Suitable for both indoors and outdoors, the tubular steel Velit chair is available in a range of powder-coated colours. There is also the option to add a matching cushion.
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