A sofa system providing almost unlimited options, constructed using the smallest possible number of modules. Where ordinary sofas are usually rectangular, square and predictable, BOB offers the architectonic freedom to either challenge or adhere to all types of spaces.
Build it straight. Or with soft curves.
Add a hairpin bend. Let BOB undulate across your space or build strict constructions. Long or short. Just a few or lots of modules. Each sofa module is only 26 centimetre at its widest, and with only 7 different modules, BOB is an easy to understand and extremely flexible sofa system. And which other sofa can grow by 26 cm at a time? Without any “back” side, BOB faces all directions beautifully, providing even more possibilities for interior design architecture.
Meet the new BOB Planner
Check out our new BOB Planner – it’s ready to use! It will help you create all of the formations and variants you could possibly want. You can choose from the full library of the fabrics MainLine Flax and Rami, select the colour, save an image and send a price inquiry direct to us. Other fabrics are available to order, but not visual in the Planner.
It is a perfect tool to discover the full potential of the BOB system in an easy to use way. We are exited to take part of all the creative, unexpected and great variants you will come up with.
Click here to start BOB Planner!
Bernstrand and Borselius - BOB
Johan Lindau, CEO and design manager of Blå Station, has once again challenged two of Sweden’s most renowned designers. Is it possible to allow for maximum flexibility with a minimum of components at a reasonable price? And will Stefan Borselius and Thomas Bernstrand once more be able to collaborate – even more intimately this time – than with their former success, Experiment 15, which resulted in Honken, Poppe and Morris JR? ‘You can easily get stuck on details when you work alone’, say Thomas Bernstrand and Stefan Borselius in unison.
‘We work faster together when we can switch roles, taking turns at leaning back to take in the big picture, or immersing ourselves in the details.’ Logistics and production handling are obviously of paramount importance. ‘We cut and adjusted a volume in styrofoam in Stefan’s studio until the height and depth was spot on’, says Thomas Bernstrand. ‘Then we rotated it until it fitted perfectly on a Euro pallet.’ The final result is a compact volume for transport, with each module being easy to handle both in the factory and on site. ‘Sit on the back of the sofa, or deep down in it; you will be sitting comfortably regardless’, says Stefan Borselius.