More than twenty years from the original project, and after several creative interpretations, a new variant of this armchair is presented, with colored plastic body and different basic solutions, from the rotating one in die-cast aluminum to the one with legs in solid ash wood .

White Plastic
Seat height
Shell Colour
JBI RAL Pure white 9010
Shell Material
Linear Polyethylene coloured shell
Spoke Base Colour
412 Polished Aluminium
Spoke Base Configuration
Spoke Base Material
Die-cast aluminium with plastic feet
Structure under the seat Colour
412 Polished Aluminium
Structure under the seat Material
Die-cast Alluminium

Thanks to a general, almost imperceptible restyling, the curvature of the seat became lighter and more elusive, preserving the comfort and ergonomics of the initial design.

Werner Aisslinger

Born in Germany in 1964, Werner Aisslinger worked as a freelancer in many well-known design offices including those of Jasper Morrison, Ron Arad and de Lucchi prior to setting up his own in Berlin in 1993. Aisslinger was chosen many times for the Compasso d’ Oro and other important European awards. He has designed items which can currently be seen in the permanent collections of MoMA, Vitra Design Museum and New York Metropolitan. He believes that design must seek new materials and technologies. When working...

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