01 product description
With the Aline product family, Wilkhahn sets a new standard for furnishing areas where professional handling is as important as convincing aesthetics. Multi-purpose chair or counter height stool, visitor or office swivel chair, low, high or cafeteria tables - Aline combines minimum material input, maximum transparency and inspired functionality to create an ambience that is loose and light, while remaining distinctive.
Elegant, optically light stool with backrest and footrest bar.
Skid-base frame in round steel rod, diameter 12 mm, bright chromium-plated. The skid base supports the front seat frame and integrates with the backrest frame at the rear. On request, with additional glides in black polyurethane for hard floors or in black polyamide for soft floors, optionally with felt insert, not stackable; additional bright chromium-plated stretchers (16 x 6 mm) that form a stable structural grid, integrating a recessed footrest bar in round steel rod.
Seat and back
Seat and back frames in high-performance, glass fibre-reinforced polyamide, optionally through-dyed in black, grey or white, covered in resilient polyester in the same colour as the seat and back frames. Back frame optionally with armrests in the same material and colour or without armrests..
Height of seat
IF Design Award 2007, red dot for high quality of design 2007
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