Hven Bar Stool Cushion / 1.895 sek

Availability: In stock

Designed by Anton Björsing

Add a light touch of comfort to your Hven bar stool with this cushion made from Aniline Dunes leather which is characterized by its natural look and velvety feel.

Aniline Leather / Cognac
Cold foam
LxWxH: 38x36x1 cm
Item no. 1961038
WxDxH: 1x1x36,5 cm
Weight: 0,51 kg
Material and care
  • Proper usage and maintenance

    Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.

  • Dunes leather

    Dunes leather is a strong and chrome-free material processed by a water-based aniline dye. This keeps the leather’s natural surface as it is, with visible grains, wrinkles and pores. It has a matte, velvety look and feel, and patinates beautifully over time as a result of exposure to daylight and everyday usage.

    Cleaning and maintenance
    Vacuum clean only, and make sure to use a soft brush. Never apply water, soap or leather grease as it will make the velvety appearance disappear. Protect from direct sunlight, excessive heat and sharp projects.

  • Cold Foam

    Cold foam is a form stable foam with high elastic properties, which makes it a good choice for cushions and pads. The foam provides a firm and comfortable support.

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About the designer / Anton Björsing

‘I want to create products that people care about. Something they don’t see as a utility object but as something that has value and isn’t just discarded after use. Products they want to preserve for a long-term relationship.’ Anton Björsing is a trained cabinet maker with the inherent will and properties of wood as his key professional focus. The long-term perspective is a vital factor for the Swedish designer, who sees his curiosity, his knowledge of materials and his ability to take on a given challenge as the key elements in his practice.