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Sting chairs by Bla Station connected in rows

Sting chair by Stefan Borselius and Fredrik Mattson for Blå Station

Dezeen Showroom: Swedish furniture brand Blå Station has relaunched Sting, a stackable chair that was originally created by designers Stefan Borselius and Fredrik Mattson in 2003.

For its reproduction, Blå Station kept Sting's original graphic shape but made the chair from recycled materials.

Sting chair by Bla Station
The Sting chair is made from stainless steel and aluminium

The chair's legs are made from stainless steel while the seat and backrest are made from 90 per cent recycled aluminium.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor settings, Sting chairs can be stacked to save space and linked together in rows by a plastic attachment at the bottom of the chair leg.

Stackable Sting chair by Bla Station
The chair is stackable

"At home indoors as well as outdoors, Sting has that perfect tilt of the backrest," said Blå Station.

The design is available with or without armrests and can be customised with various seat pads or a writing table.

Product: Sting
Designers: Stefan Borselius and Fredrik Mattson
Brand: Blå Station
Contact: [email protected]

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