Wilkhahn’s multi-award-winning Graph conference range is designed for sophisticated tastes. It’s encountered in conference spaces, executive boardrooms and prestigious meeting rooms. Designers Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub combine superior comfort with uncompromising quality in the classy conference furniture range. The name Graph describes the graphical aesthetic of the luxury chair: clear lines and fluid shapes interact in a fascinating way, closed and transparent areas engage in a dialogue with one another, harmony and contrast are a distinctive dichotomy.
Prestigious aesthetics and clever ergonomics
The inviting and classy look of the Graph conference chair is the result of the clever way the organic seat shell is cut through horizontally and then vertically and reassembled in a new way. The die-cast aluminium armrests become the slender connecting components of the multi-part seat body. The seat and backrest are made of steel and cleverly upholstered with wave springs, fully padded and then covered, providing exemplary comfort, which is underpinned by elastic frame supports and a central spring at the back.
Graph Active for even more freedom of movement
The new Graph Active model now ensures even more freedom of movement: the new Active technology, which was integrated compactly and elegantly underneath the seat, enables forwards and backwards movements just like a rocking chair. As a result, users’ thighs and torsos are in perfect balance and their bodies are moving while seated. The technology with its automatic weight adjustment feature is combined with precision-adjustable height and the same lever is used to change the seating height and lock the mechanism in place. Thanks to its extra freedom of movement, Graph Active is ideal as a first-class executive or an exceptionally agile conference chair – especially when a meeting’s taking longer than expected!
New Graph brochure
The new Graph brochure can be downloaded from Wilkhahn’s media center. The updated digital brochure with tabs for interactive use will be available soon.
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