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EKEDALEN / BERGMUND Bar table and 4 bar stools, white/Fågelfors multicolour

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EKEDALEN / BERGMUND Bar table and 4 bar stools, white/Fågelfors multicolour

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  • This product comes as 10 packages.
    EKEDALENArticle number003.407.59
    This product has multiple packages.

    Width: 31 cm

    Height: 9 cm

    Length: 106 cm

    Weight: 12.50 kg

    Package(s): 1

    Width: 88 cm

    Height: 3 cm

    Length: 131 cm

    Weight: 13.60 kg

    Package(s): 1

    BERGMUNDArticle number604.862.49

    Width: 18 cm

    Height: 3 cm

    Length: 21 cm

    Weight: 0.29 kg

    Package(s): 4

    BERGMUNDArticle number904.519.84

    Width: 53 cm

    Height: 13 cm

    Length: 96 cm

    Weight: 9.59 kg

    Package(s): 4

EKEDALEN / BERGMUND Bar table and 4 bar stools, white/Fågelfors multicolour

Innovation works wonders for your comfort

BERGMUND was created so that you can sit a little longer on your chair – without your legs starting to feel stiff or your back aching. To succeed, we dove into new research on the human body, looked for optimal angles and developed a new technique to get a really comfortable seat.

Sitting may not seem like an active movement, but it actually involves everything from the body's bones and muscles to tendons, cartilage and joints. "So that you sit comfortably for longer, it’s important that the body enjoys the right support in the right place", explains material developer Anders Bergner.

Our key common trait – sit bones

With BERGMUND, Anders and the team studied new research to develop the shape of the seat and to find the optimal angle between the seat and the backrest. This resulted in several interesting insights about the human body – for example that the sit bones of all humans are actually very similar. "It’s true, regardless if someone is 1.85 metres tall or much shorter. So the bowl-shaped bottom of the seat was given a geometry that fits 99% of the world's population.”

Innovation paves a way for more comfort

The polyester in the seat’s padding and backrest comprises of small vertical fibres which provide better elasticity compared to fibres which are more entangled. Anders and his team then developed an innovative technique to further increase the seating comfort by shaping the seat’s padding. “It compares to making a waffle. The polyester fibres are fed into a special tool where the correct shape fixes in place.” After several years of development, Anders hopes that BERGMUND helps people both enjoy nice seating comfort and even better moments together. "When everyone around the table is sitting comfortably, they can relax and focus more on each other."