He’s one of today’s leading contemporary German photographers. His pictures like to provoke, but are also impishly good humoured. We’re talking about Daniel Josefsohn whose portfolio includes campaigns for the music channel MTV, various record covers, as well as photo stories for renowned newspapers and magazines. Josefsohn contributed an unusual series of pictures for the latest edition of the “Der Wilkhahn”.
Doing your job well is a serious business and Stand-up introduces a little more light-heartedness into the proceedings. This object also makes offices more energetic places. Apart from health-driven motives, Stand-up’s all about encouraging casual meetings, group dynamics and creativity.
The chair that rocks
Four years ago Wilkhahn presented conference chair Graph, a multi-award-winning new benchmark in the high-end conference chair segment. At this year’s ORGATEC the company showcased its Sola conference chair, designed by Justus Kolberg. This product is an attractive model in the top mid-range segment. Similarly to Graph, Sola also stands for a unique, crisp design combined with innovative, dynamic comfort.
New environmental Statement
In the environmental statement just published Wilkhahn describes an important piece of its corporate philosophy. Because design made in Germany embraces a lot more than innovative product design and enduring quality. In the “Consolidated environmental statement 2014-2016” the company talks about its approach to climate protection, social responsibility, resource efficiency and health management. It also puts forward objectives that they want to achieve in the next few years.
Law Firm in Pamplona
The Spanish town of Pamplona is primarily known for its traditional running of the bulls. Hundreds and thousands of people come to the festivities every year to watch the dangerous event, or even run a few metres with the bulls themselves. But during the rest of the year, life in Pamplona usually takes place on the streets. So with their design for a law firm architects Jon and Gorka Lizarraga wanted to create a place where people could concentrate on what they were doing. In furnishing the building they chose tailor-made furniture and high-quality office and conference chairs from Wilkhahn.
Anniversaries of our dynamic tables
Designer Andreas Störiko developed the legendary Confair folding table for Wilkhahn 20 years ago. Back then, design plans were drawn by hand and the huge rolls were sent by post. Since those days the world’s changed rapidly – but the mobile tables are still considered milestones in terms of flexible use of spaces that are organised by the people using them. To mark the anniversary, Wilkhahn’s devoting a new brochure to the multi-award-winning table family.
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Umweltfreundliches Büro gesucht
Seit 2008 schreibt der Bundesdeutsche Arbeitskreis für umweltbewusstes Management (B.A.U.M.) den Wettbewerb „Büro & Umwelt" aus und zeichnet jährlich engagierte Büros in vier Kategorien aus. Im Mittelpunkt des Wettbewerbs steht der schonende Umgang mit Ressourcen im Büroalltag sowie die Beachtung von Umweltaspekten bei der Beschaffung von Büroprodukten.
A look back at NeoCon 2014
Graph receives an award in Chicago
North America’s biggest office-furniture fair NeoCon seems to be a venue where Wilkhahn is guaranteed to win awards. After office chair ON garnered the sought-after “Best of Competition” award, the judging panel presented the “Best of NeoCon Silver Award 2014” to Graph in the “Seating/Conference” category.
20 years of the Confair folding table
Four question to designer Andreas Störiko
Wilkhahn has partnered with Andreas Störiko for a long time. Back in 1992, as a student he created a mobile conference concept and developed the Confair folding table two years later. The table’s speciality is that it can be folded up and opened out in one step, making it a template for a whole generation of furniture. Over the past two decades, Confair has been presented with numerous prizes and up until today the table range is a top seller at Wilkhahn. The anniversary is a good reason to interview Andreas Störiko about his work.