Harmony combines both subtle design and superb ergonomics in one. The chairs can be upholstered in a single colour and material or in a multiple composition of colours and materials, to accentuate the side of the seating shell and the upholstered armrests or the elbow rests on the polished aluminium armrests, as the case may be.
The MILLENIUM collection is made up of exclusive ergonomic chairs for executive work spaces or for meetings. The collection features handcrafted upholstery and is characterized by its comfort and striking contemporary and elegant design.
Kevi is the classic office chair with the hardwearing principle: the better you sit, the more you get done. Designed by an architect, it is suitable for homes, offices, schools and workplaces where one solution must satisfy many demands. Everything is visible, nothing is superfluous: seat, back, base, and controls designed to functional perfection. A simple well-balanced formula that incorporates aesthetic appeal with freedom of movement plus the flexibility you would expect from a full-service program.
The Everyday chair designed by Paul Brooks, brings a perfect harmony of minimalist design, functionality, reliability and quality. Everyday is a superb seating option for contemporary interiors, for spaces that require modern yet comfortable seating as well as for spaces that require subtle design. With its superb quality and distinct look, the Everyday chair will enhance any interior.
With its wide variety of work, conference and relaxation chairs, the Fly collection combines upholstery, chrome parts and polished aluminium. Most chairs have been designed with two types of upholstery: subtle upholstery to accentuate the chair design and richer upholstery to give the chairs
a distinct expression.
Conference chair Sola echoes the Wilkhahn tradition of combining innovative comfort with a crisp design and high-quality appeal. The chair’s aesthetic is defined by the linear shape of the seat shell and the distinctivelines of the aluminium frame.
The choice of premium-design conference chairs has remained virtually unchanged for decades. The graphical quality of its cuttingedge 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.