Key facts

Dundra Chair S70A Upholstered Armchair
Blå Station >
Stefan Borselius >
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Product description

A successful, thriving family that keeps on growing. Needs exist and customers exist, so we’re adding new products to cater for additional requests and make the Dundra family as complete as possible.
It all actually started with a sofa called Dunder 2010. A soft shape built up of cushions, covered buttons, extendable sections – it was friendly and inviting. Then we launched the first Dundra chair, bar stool and bar chair in 2011, and now we’re adding a stackable sofa, an armchair and a stackable stool. Dundra chair is a great choice in, for example, restaurants, hotels and libraries.
The Dundra series with upholstered armrests that can be fitted to the sofa, easy chair, chair and bar chairs. Seven new family members is added to the family.
Armchair with upholstered armrest. Frame of wood and steel. Padding of moulded CMHR polyurethane foam. Covered in fabric or leather. Steel frame in “green” chrome, Chrome III. Plastic feet.
Seat height 465
Overall height 800
Seat width 445
Overall width 610
Seat depth 445
Overall depth 560

Product family


Dundra is a seating series comprising chair, easy-chair and bar stool. Dundra is constructed around a chromed steel frame with moulded seats that are then upholstered. The covered button that is one of the hallmarks of this family of furnishings helps ensure that the backrest retains its intended shape. Dundra easy-chair is a great choice in, for example, lobbies, waiting rooms and lounges.

Stefan Borselius has designed the Dundra seating series – chair, easy-chair and bar stool. The gently rounded lines clearly show the series’ close kinship with Dunder sofa.

The brief called for a design that built on the thinking behind Dunder sofa to create a family of products comprising sofa, chair, easy-chair and bar stool. Ever since Blå Station was founded in 1986, one of the company’s basic ideas has been to create families of furnishings, using the same concept and components to produce different items of furniture.