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Kaskad

Table

Björn Dahlström

Inspired by raging rivers breaking over rocks, the Kaskad furniture group captures the movement of water surging over rapids. Crafted from ribbons of curved steel, the table's flowing lines articulate the shapes of contemporary art more than they speak the language of industrial design. The table belongs to the Kaskad furniture group, which includes a chair and an armchair.

Dimensions and weight

Mesure: Ø 60 cm or Ø 80 cm.
Hight: 71 cm.

Materials

Bent wire Ø 8 and Ø 12 mm. Zinc plated, chromated and powder coated. Standard color is black RAL 9005, white RAL 9010, yellow RAL 1016. Table top in white Carrera marble, 5 mm plate, or painted outdoor MDF.

Standard colours

RAL 9005
RAL 9010
RAL 1016

Product number

U11-81 Kaskad bord Ø 60 cm.
Skiva i målad MDF, inomhus. Inkl. mont. golvskydd.
U11-85 Kaskad bord Ø 80 cm.
Skiva i målad MDF, inomhus. Inkl. mont. golvskydd.

Additional description number

G for yellow RAL 1016.
S for black RAL 9005
V for white RAL 9010.

P for table top plate.
VC for table top in white Carrera marble.

Example: U11-81GVC = Cascade Table Ø60 cm with a white Carrera marble. Yellow structure RAL 1016.

Maintenance

Damage is repaired if necessary with alkyd paint.

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Variants

Two sizes of table top Ø 60 cm Ø 80 cm.
Standard color is black RAL 9005, white RAL 9010, yellow RAL 1016.
Table top in white Carrera marble, 5mm plate, alternatively outdoor painted MDF. Furniture group consists of chair, armchair and tables.

Kaskad

Table

Björn Dahlström

Inspired by raging rivers breaking over rocks, the Kaskad furniture group captures the movement of water surging over rapids. Crafted from ribbons of curved steel, the table's flowing lines articulate the shapes of contemporary art more than they speak the language of industrial design. The table belongs to the Kaskad furniture group, which includes a chair and an armchair.

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Designers

Björn Dahlström

Björn Dahlström is a Swedish designer and industrial designer. He started his company in 1982 concentrating on graphic design for big Swedish clients. Today he is a well established designer with a wide range of products such as furniture, bicycles, carpets, cookware and toys.

Dahlström has received a number of Awards and prizes during the years, both nationally and internationally, including several Excellent Swedish Design (Utikkert Svensk Form / Design S), Design Plus Prize and Red Dot Design Award. He is represented in various museums around the world, including the national Museum for Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, The Museum of Design & Craft (The Röhsska Museum) in Gothenburg and Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Dahlström has been a professor at the University of Arts (Konstfack), and taught at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm. Björn Dahlström lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.