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Björn Dahlström, 1998

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Compound materials ideal for cooking. Function and form are perfectly combined with an inner ball blasted steel surface and a satin steel finish. The inner aluminum core between the steel layers ensures food is heated evenly and rapidly. Suitable for all hobs and ovens.

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Materials stainless steel

Care instructions ceramic, gas and iron hob proof, oven and dishwasher safe.

casserole with lid

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Casserole with lid 2L

Casserole with lid 3L

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Casserole with lid 4L

Casserole with lid 5L

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Casserole with lid 8L

sauté pan with lid

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Saut√© pan with lid¬†¬†√ė26 cm

sauteuse without lid and sauce pan with lid

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Sauteuse without lid 1 L

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Saucepan with lid 2 L

frying pan

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

¬†Frying pan √ė24 cm

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

¬†Frying pan √ė28 cm

ovenpan

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Ovenpan 36 x 24 cm

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Ovenpan 41 x 37 cm

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Set of 4 pieces

Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998
Tools  Björn Dahlström, 1998

Björn Dahlström

Björn Dahlström

Björn Dahlström (b. 1957) is a leading Swedish contemporary designer known internationally for his contributions in furniture and industrial design. His work is realized both two-dimensionally and three-dimensionally. Björn Dahlström’s designs stand out for their stark graphics and the distinct way that they express soft and fundamental forms. He has designed a wide range of products including carpets, bicycles, toys, furniture and housewares for renowned companies such as Cbi, Atlas Copco, Magis and Kasthall. Amongst the numerous accolades Björn Dahlström has received for his work, he inaugurated the prestigious Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize for design in 2001. His designs can be seen in various museums worldwide including the National Museum in Stockholm and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Björn Dahlström’s Tools Collection for Iittala is a collection of pans and casseroles developed together with prominent chefs while his HotCool range combines function, practicality and stylish design.