Danish office furniture manufacturer collaborates with acclaimed designer, Kasper Salto
June 10th, 2008
Denmark’s leading office furniture manufacturer, Duba-B8, has teamed up in 2008 with a number of top international designers. Their current partner is Kasper Salto. Duba-B8 and Kasper are re-launching Kasper’s exclusive Runner chair (pictured).
The stylish redesign of Runner, finished in chic tones of black and white, compliments many of Duba-B8’s office tables, including the Duba-B8’s Boca conference table designed by DISSING AND WEITLINGS.
Back in 1997, Kasper created the original Runner chair at the National Workshops for Arts and Crafts. The Runner, which won the Bo Bedre award – the Danish lifestyle magazine’s prize for extraordinary design – can be used in a variety of situations, from the local café to the conference room.
The seat and back now comes in opulent timber finishes of maple, beech or walnut, or a black and white laminate with the option of black leather padding for the seat.
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