Versatile and classy


Sometimes judges’ comments bowl over even the old hands amongst marketing experts. But we feel very honoured by the remarks made by the judges of this year’s Red Dot Award about our mAx folding table and stackable Aula chair. The accolade pays testimony to our endeavours to come up with excellent design and combine it with a high level of functionality and practicality. Tasters: “The crisp design of the Aula multipurpose chair is impressive for its sophisticated combination of practicality and a timeless aesthetic.” Or: “The coherent design of the mAx conference table stands apart for its versatility, functionality and classy look”. This is praise indeed. After all, the list of the 2018 judges again resembles a who’s who of the international designer elite with shoe designer idol Jimmy Choo, creative director Dick Spierenburg and German furniture designer Werner Aisslinger. The awards ceremony took place in the Aalto Theatre in Essen in July 2018 with the subsequent party held on the Zeche Zollverein premises, which is a World Heritage Site.

The stackable Aula multipurpose chair (design: Wolfgang C.R. Mezger) was chosen in the Red Dot Award 2018’s Winner category.

Click here for information about the stackable lightweight chair Aula (design: Wolfgang C.R. Mezger), which is available in lots of different colours and models, all of which are exceptionally comfortable.

Click here for detailed information on the foldable and stackable mAx conference table (design: Andreas Störiko) with a stable and very easy-to-use mechanism and attractive die-cast aluminium frame.

The mAx folding table (design: Andreas Störiko) was another Red Dot Award 2018 Winner.

Click here for the comments about our mAx folding table on the Red Dot Awards website.

Click here for the comments about our Aula four-leg chair on the Red Dot Awards website.


In our design talk, designer Wolfgang C.R. Mezger describes the ultimate challenge that’s chair design and his approach to developing Aula.

Designer Andreas Störiko tells us how he came up with the ingeniously simple mechanism for the mAx folding table and what’s vital these days when designing for contemporary styles of working.

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