Wilkhahn mAx and Wilkhahn Aula
Two new products prove just how intensively Wilkhahn has concerned itself with the topic of “flexible furniture”: The “mAx” folding table system and the stackable “Aula” multi-purpose chair both feature superior technology, even if the solutions used differ greatly. The “mAx” folding table designed by Andreas Störiko uses an ingenious mechanism that enables both T-legs to fold out in a single movement and be locked in place. Wilkhahn offers countless “mAx” formats for use as standalones or as ganged systems.
By contrast, the vertically stacking “Aula” chair by Wolfgang Mezger demonstrates what is possible using modern high-performance plastics: The chair is made completely of plastic and weighs a mere six kilos in the version without armrests. Up to 16 chairs can be stacked one on top of the other. Outstanding seating comfort, high-grade materials and finishing, a choice of models with or without armrest, and countless upholstery versions and different colors all add up to one thing: “Aula” can be used in any manner of settings.