The executive committee of the BDIA (German Association of Interior Designers) chose its favourite objects from 32 products submitted by association members – and Occo was one of the items gaining top rankings.
Month: November 2016
In the light-flooded headquarters of offshore company Heerema, Wilkhahn’s Graph conference chair and Graph and Timetable tables are an attractive combination for small meetings and large conferences alike.
The intro to our new Wilkhahn film shows a wide range of our seating.
Chipperfield, Sauerbruch, Gerkan, Scheeren – and many others in the international architecture community are meeting up for the WAF in the Arena in Berlin from 16-18 November.
Wilkhahn featured a whole range of new and established products for office 4.0 at Orgatec in Cologne. The showcase focused on three key questions: how can staff consistently maintain good health? How can design foster loyalty and motivation? And what’s the best way to promote interaction between office workers?
It isn’t just the Metrik cantilever chair – Wilkhahn’s Occo chair and table range is also a winner at the ICONIC AWARDS: Interior Innovation 2017.
Discovering and honoring the very best in interior design is the aim of the German Design Council’s ICONIC AWARDS: Interior Innovation competition. One of the products singled out this year is Wilkhahn’s Metrik cantilever chair, which won the “Best of Best” award.
Thorsten Franck on the PrintStool One, a fascination with simplicity and what links basket weaving and 3D printing.
Coinciding with the start of the UN climate conference in Marrakech, 41 German companies from across industry are calling on their government to develop an unambiguous plan to achieve the climate goals of the Paris agreement. Wilkhahn is naturally one of them.
Wilkhahn’s PrintStool One, produced in collaboration with designer Thorsten Franck, is the first dynamic stool manufactured using 3D printing methods. A brief film shows the beauty of its production process, the diversity of options it affords, and the new aesthetic of the surfaces.