BOB Split sofa by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius for Blå Station

Dezeen Showroom: Swedish furniture brand Blå Station has added a diverging segment to its modular BOB sofa range, created by designers Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius.

Named BOB Split, the Y-shaped segment has a central backrest that allows users to sit back-to-back, maximising the use of the seating system.

Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius designed the BOB Split segment

The piece also acts as a connector for other modules in Blå Station’s BOB sofa system, which includes straight and corner segments.

Users can now create longer, more space-efficient seating systems that can be configured according to the spatial constraints of any interior.

BOB Split by Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius for Blå Station
The piece facilitates dynamic seating solutions

“BOB is an easy-to-understand and extremely flexible sofa system,” said Blå Station. “Where ordinary sofas are usually rectangular, square and predictable, BOB offers the architectonic freedom to either challenge or adhere to all types of spaces.”

As is the case with the rest of the system, BOB Split comes in a selection of fabrics and colourways for upholstering its moulded foam cushioned seats and is supported by a sturdy plywood frame.

Product: BOB Split
Designer: Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius
Brand: Blå Station
Contact: [email protected]

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