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.
Square and circular top pedestal tables in low, sitting and standing height (optionally stackable) for lounge and break areas, cafeterias and bistros.
Four-star base in die-cast aluminium, bright chromium-plated, with glides in black polyamide (for soft floors) or black polyurethane (for hard floors), optionally with additional felt insert. Central column in 4 mm steel tube, diameter 40 mm, for low, sitting and standing height (45/73/105 cm), coated in black or white to match top surface, with steel flange and circlip coated black; stackable version additionally with slip-free separator, collar and docking guide in black plastic.
Table tops in black through-dyed HPL (high pressure laminate), surfaced black or white; or white through-dyed HPL (high pressure laminate), surfaced white, each with thickness 12 mm, with surface protection for stain and mark-free performance; available in formats 60 x 60 cm (for table heights 45 and 105 cm) and 70 x 70 cm (for table height 73 cm) or circular, Ø 75 cm (for table heights 45 and 73 cm) and Ø 70 cm (for table height 105 cm).
red dot for high quality of design 2007, IF Design Award 2007
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