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Manufacturer: Wilkhahn

98 Products, 17 Articles
1 Manufacturers & 16 Designers.
Work with love
Of lenses and other lighting magic
The longing for a studiolo
Open a door each day
What should offices be? A small town or a camping site?

News & Stories | Salone del Mobile 2011 – supported by Villeroy & Boch Tiles

Milan is here again

Milan is here again

En route for Milan. It’s that time of the year; the Milan furniture salon is just round the corner and the design world is in pandemonium. To give you an idea of the countless events throughout the city we have compiled a list of what we consider to be the most promising among them.

Work wherever you want!<br>Office worlds 2010 – part 2: of sheds and queues of seats
Offices are increasingly turning into social centers. To make certain the stress of constant communication does not become too fierce and the office becomes a social flashpoint, the modern work nomad withdraws into a chic little shed or a new kind of basket-chair.
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A cowboy has to be able to sit on it without looking stupid

by Thomas Wagner

A cowboy has to be able to sit on it without looking stupid
It could well be the sensation at Orgatec: For Wilkhahn the designer Stefan Diez has designed a stackable chair featuring technology from the automobile industry that cuts a fine figure not only in the office.
Open Doors. Answer Right. <br/>Santa Claus. Christmas Bright!
Everybody:<br />Stand Up!
Presents, presents

News & Stories | Orgatec 2012

Forecasting offices

by Thomas Edelmann

Forecasting offices
On the silver screen and at Orgatec, office environments are depicted as having a life of their own. What kind of image of reality do they convey? A rummage through the film archives and walkabout in the trade fair halls.
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News & Stories | Salone del Mobile 2011 – supported by Villeroy & Boch Tiles

Milan in four bags or: Design, theatrical, practical, feudal and universal

by Thomas Wagner

Milan in four bags or: Design, theatrical, practical, feudal and universal
Perhaps everything on show in Milan at the exhibition center in Rho, in the booths of Superstudio Più, in showrooms and back-yard workshops ultimately fits into four bags. Let’s see if it does. What would we write on the movable containers if we were to put in them the things we noticed among all the abundance?

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Cowboys stay mobile

Cowboys stay mobile

With “Chassis” by Stefan Diez, office furniture specialist Wilkhahn is presenting a chair at the Salone del Mobile in Milan that is more than just a chair and can do more than simply shine in an office or conference room. For “Chassis” is now also available with various fabric covers and interchangeable seat shells, Thomas Wagner spoke to Jochen Hahne, Burkhard Remmers and Stefan Diez about the “Chassis” system.

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The office nest

by Thomas Wagner

The office nest
No, not many surprises are on offer at Orgatec 2008 in Cologne but naturally this depends on your point of view. In any event, on some stands, with their ergonomically tested recliners, it felt more like we had been transported into a modern torture chamber than a comfortable, open-plan working environment. Despite this, there are some happy exceptions.

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Success made in Germany

by Sophia Muckle

Success made in Germany
Long before firms sought to craft a corporate identity with the aid of thick styleguides and design guidelines entrepreneur Fritz Hahne assisted by architects and designers worked on a corporate culture, which defined the corporate image, buildings and quite naturally also the fairness and ecological responsibility of the Wilkhahn brand.