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  • 840

    840 Coffe Table [sdm_download id="1819" fancy="0" button_text="Download Reference"] [sdm_download id="1817" fancy="0" button_text="Download Brochure"]

  • Aline

    Aline 231/2 The perfectly contoured star bases in die-cast aluminium feature the same design quality as the seat and back frames: a low-profile, four-star base for the Aline visitor swivel chair. Both Visitor and office swivel chair include a contact suppression feature that working in conjuction with the elasticity of the seat provides a superbly comfortable seat platform. [sdm_download id="1787" fancy="0" button_text="Download Reference"] [sdm_download id="1785" fancy="0" button_text="Download Brochure"]

  • Confair

    Types of conferences. From classic/prestigious, to variable, to dynamic.

  • Contas

    Design: wiege, Fritz Frenkler, Anette Ponholzer Flexible, lightweight table range for multifunctional conference, training and seminar environments. The understated, classically elegant form reveals an ingeniously intelligent, modular system.

  • DinA

    Designers Udo Schill and Timo Küchler drew the ingenious basic idea for the DinA Office range from Greek hilosopher Plato: some 2,400 years ago, he had discovered extremely calm and harmonious proportions in the form of an area ratio of 1:√2 which played a key role in the architecture of ancient civilizations up to the Renaissance. Later on, the paper industry made use of the advantage of this principle: if the surface is halved, proportions remain constant. It was thus possible to produce paper sizes with the same proportions without any waste. The principle of the DIN A format was born …

  • FS-Line

    Design:Klaus Franck, Werner Sauer A completely new kind of sitting concept, allowing automatically correct adjustment to changes in posture and the promotion of our natural inclination towards movement, became a passion with Klaus Franck and Werner Sauer. Based on ergonomic studies of movement, they developed an office chair using the motto “sitting without a driving licence” which, until today, has continued to make dynamic sitting a principle of unrivalled perfection and simplicity: the FS-Line, which incorporates both their initials. [sdm_download id="1589" fancy="0" button_text="Download Reference"] [sdm_download id="1586" fancy="0" button_text="Download Brochure"]

  • Graph

    The choice of premium-design conference chairs has remained virtually unchanged for decades, so Graph is a welcome newcomer. Because the graphical quality of its cutting-edge shape stands out at first glance. And it’ s this feature that the chair owes its name to. An organic seat shell is cut through   horizontally and then vertically, modified and re-assembled to produce this ingenious product. The upshot is a fascinating mix of fluid and streamlined form, closed and transparent areas, harmony and contrast. [sdm_download id="1622" fancy="0" button_text="Download Reference"]

  • IN

    3D Seating at it's Best Activating. Concentrating. Relaxing. Wilkhahn has devoted decades to making people less desk-bound. It all started with a pioneering study called “From posture-based to motion- based seating” which spawned products that are still considered the world’s best and most attractive office chairs. Current research results that highlight the minimum level of physical activity required encourage us to continue down this route. And advancements in material and process technology have opened up opportunities to tap into completely new dimensions of dynamic sitting with our patented 3D kinematics called Trimension ®. Our engineers and designers have created IN and made this groundbreaking technology possible for back offices too. Perfectly synchronised 3D dynamics combined with exceptional comfort stimulate our bodies, boost our powers of concentration and make work a relaxing experience. [sdm_download id="1616" fancy="0" button_text="Download Brochure"]

  • Logon

    Design: Andreas Störiko As all other Wilkhahn ranges Logon has been developed according to the principles of industrial design: complex requirements have been incorporated in a simple constructional idea, with optimum use of high-quality materials in terms of function and form. That means longevity, versatility and ecological compatibility.

  • Modus

    Designers Klaus Franck, Werner Sauer, wiege The chair with the distinct, tapered “cut-out” look. Light, transparent, slender. The frame with stretch fabric gives the chairs the appearance of the flexible elasticity of a tent construction or a kite. But, in fact, the elegant form is the result of years of intensive functional studies: for “automatic” and most efficient adjustment to the differing shape of the human back. [sdm_download id="1594" fancy="0" button_text="Download Product" class="bbbtn"] [sdm_download id="1592" fancy="0" button_text="Download Brochure" class="bbbtn"] [sdm_download id="1096" fancy="0" button_text="Download CAD" class="bbbtn"]

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