Bridge

Stylish design with high comfort levels. Bridge is a stylish sofa with high comfort levels. Its thin legs give Bridge a light appearance with a unique character as the legs continue up along the back. They end with horizontal angles that surround the sofa, giving the back and sides an exciting design effect. The angled sections can also support an attractive and practical magazine holder.

Bridge’s clear, straight profile creates an impact and elegantly occupies space in lounges and reception areas etc. Combine the cubic armchairs with straight or curved sofas to create inviting seating groups that are perfect for conversation.

Design by Dan Ihreborn & Sture Eng.

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RECYCLABLE

All input material is recyclable

Certificate

CERTIFIED RAW MATERIAL

The textiles used in the Ease screens are predominantly certified and produced according to the
Oeko-Tex or EU Ecolabel.

CERTIFIED PRODUCTION

Edsbyn’s production is certified according to the quality and environmental management:
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

CERTIFIED PRODUCT

Certified by Möbelfakta, Sweden, according to material, quality and environmental requirements and
UN’s Code of Conduct.

About the designer

DAN IHREBORN

Dan works as a freelance designer since 1991. He also runs interior design projects within the office environment. Over the years, Dan has worked with more than 20 furniture manufacturers and except Edsbyn for example, IKEA, Dux and Källemo can be mentioned.

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About the designer

STURE ENG

Sture Eng is former curator at Carl Malmsten and Capellagården, lecturer at Konstfack(University College of Arts, Crafts and Design), as well as admitted adj. Professor of Interior Design and Design at KTH Architecture (KTH Royal Institute of Technology). Since 2004, Sture Eng, together with Dan Ihreborn, has designed a large part of Edsbyn’s seating program. It consists of elegant and attractive office furniture such as sofas and armchairs with function and design adapted to public furnishings and office environments.

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