The IN chair from Wilkhahn is designed to facilitate movement in the back, hips and legs through a patented 3D kinematics system known as Trimension
Six years ago, German office-furniture brand Wilkhahn launched its revolutionary ON chair, which applied kinematic principles to stimulate the body’s core muscle groups and joints while seated at a desk. The company’s new IN chair offers a more compact and affordable alternative that uses technologies pioneered by the automotive and sportswear industries to intuitively integrate regular motion into the working day. (by Alyn Griffiths)
The “Graph” range consists of tables and chairs and has been designed especially for boardrooms and conference facilities
Wilkhahn has always focused on durability and permanence, and its new “Graph” conference programme is very much part of this tradition. With its innovative chair and accompanying table this German furniture manufacturer is restyling corporate conference facilities. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)
‘Graph’ is the new conference chair the Stuttgart based designers Jehs+Laub realised together with the German manufacturer Wilkhahn. In this short interview the designers explain how the cooperation started and how this elegant piece is built-up. Enjoy!
The German manufacturer Wilkhahn presented at this year’s Orgatec some intresting novelties, amongst them the ‘Chassis’ chair by Stefan Diez and the office chair ‘ON’ by studio Wiege. Michael Englisch from Wiege and Stefan Diez were so kind to tell us more about it. Enjoy! (more…)
As always Architonic has been around with a video team to capture the most important products and booths for you. Our first video from this year’s Orgatec will give you some impressions of the most recent novelties of the German manufacturer Wilkhahn. Enjoy!
Made from deep-drawn sheet metal: 'Chassis' by Stefan Diez for Wilkhahn
The ‘Chassis’ chair by Stefan Diez, designed for the German manufacturer Wilkhahn was definitely one of the highlights of this year’s Orgatec! Its frame is entirely made with space-frame technology from the automotive world – a technique that has never been used within the furniture industry. ‘Chassis’ is the result of promising fundamental research Wilkhahn and Diez dared to start five years ago. Here we have some images of the comprehensive design and developement process. Enjoy!
After severals years of development the German manufacturer finally realised Stefan Diez’ ‘Chassis’ chair for serial production. Made entirely with space-frame technology from the automotive world – a deep-drawing technique of thin sheet metal – ‘Chassis’ is hollow and light. In contrast to the hand whetted prototype with a leather seat Wilkhahn presented two years ago, the 0-series showcased at this year’s Orgatec is combined with a four-millimetre thick, finely grained polypropylene seat – upholstered, textile and leather version will follow soon.
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