- 62 cm
- 62 cm
- 83 cm
- Seat height
- 46 cm
- Wood and steel frame. Padding in moulded polyurethane foam. Upholstered in fabric or leather. Leather as per cc. 6a. Chrome-plated (chrome III) or black-painted steel frame.
- Seat depth
- 46 cm
- 14 kg
Wilmer S is a multi-functional easy chair for the modern life. An asymmetric easy chair with soft lines and high functionality. With a raised armrest – a thinking side – that helps you relax.
COBE is a Danish architecture firm founded in Copenhagen in 2006 by architect Dan Stubbergaard. COBE focuses on architecture and design – from buildings to public space, to large scale urban planning. Since the founding, COBE has created several high-profile, prize-winning projects in Denmark and abroad. Among the firm’s most important projects are the combined library and culture centre in Copenhagen’s North-west district, Nørreport Station – the busiest train station in all of Denmark, and the development of the harbor area Nordhavnen in Copenhagen – currently the largest urban development project in Scandinavia. For COBE, architecture is not a matter of a certain style or form, but more importantly its adaptability to the local context, its social life and its users. The aim is to create social interaction through all projects.
Blå Station is a family business. We are located in what used to be a sewing factory in Åhus, on the southeast coast of Sweden where the ocean is just as restless as we are.
When we moved in during the spring of 1986, we placed a few furniture prototypes in one of the corners of the building. And in the beginnig, before our production was up and running, we filled empty echoing rooms with art exhibits and jazz concerts. It was fun and the place became our “Station” – which we thought was a very fitting name. Because at a station, there´s always something going on – a constant flow of change.
The second half of our name was given. Blå Station’s founder, furniture designer Börge Lindau, used the signature BLÅ on drawings – the B and the L being the initials of his first and last name and the Å representing Åhus where he had settled.