‘Wogg 56’ table by Jörg Boner for Wogg, photo: Milo Keller, stylist: Aleli Leal
The idea for Jörg Boner’s ‘Wogg 56’ table originates from the tradition of the joiner’s craft. A plain table, it’s made of solid wood with a relatively thin table top, only 28 mm deep, that appears to hover above the four legs, which are also made of solid wood.
'Wogg 50' by Jörg Boner for Wogg, photo by Milo Keller
The Swiss manufacturer Wogg recently launched a new edition of the ‘Wogg50’ plywood chair, designed by Jörg Boner. The chair recieved the Interior Innovation Avard 2011 and will be presented at next year’s imm cologne from 18-23 January 2011 in Halle 3.2 am Stand D-033 (Pure Village).
The patented guide element of 'wogg 49' developed by Wogg and Atelier Oï
Based on the principle of their cabinet system ‘wogg 49’ designed by Atelier Oï, the Swiss manufacturer Wogg developed a completely adaptable built-in wardrobe that leaves all freedom of architectural design to the planer. The wardrobe is manufactured according to the specific requirements of the architect. A tricky technology makes this possible: The wardrobe’s outer skin is made of a single notched aluminium composite board that is extremely flexible and can be wound around bottom and lid without breaking. The patented guide element with rolls was developed for the cupboard which is not firmly attached but glued on. So there are virtually no limits to the dimensions of the cupboard in all directions.
Prototypes of the new Wogg50 Chair by Jörg Boner for Wogg
Convincing use of forms meets state-of-the-art processing. The result is a chair of the latest generation.
Light, stackable and multifunctional. Wogg 50 will be presented for the first time at this year’s furniture show in Milan. Here you see some exclusiv impressions of a range of prototypes.
Prototypes of the new Wogg50 chair by Jörg Boner
Prototype of the new Wogg50 chair by Jörg Boner
The chair’s design is simple and clear. The seat is bent down on four sides and holds the legs and the back on both outer sides. Molded plywood shapes the aesthetics of the chair. Pressing plywood into shape is an old technique that has seen a rapid development with the introduction of CNC milling technology in recent years. Complex molded parts can be inserted in milling tools and pressed directly with the plywood. This has opened new paths for shape and design. As with the chair Wogg 50, whose structural center is the core pressed in below the seat shell.
Patterns of the new Wogg50 chair by Jörg Boner
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'wogg 49', designed in collaboration with Atelier Oï
Recently the Swiss manufacturer Wogg received the public’s choice award ‘Furniture of the Year’ for its wardrobe wogg 49. The prize is awarded by the Swiss magazine ‘Raum und Wohnen’.
‘wogg 49’, designed in collaboration with Atelier Oï, is composed of a variable corpus and an elegant skin made fromnotched aluminium panels, milled from a single 2 mm sheet. The sliding mechansim is based on a compact roller element which is individually bonded to the inside of the skin. This patented system enables a big flexibility of dimensions.
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