Graph is the ideal choice where superior comfort and uncompromising quality are required. The name of the range, designed by Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub, refers to its graphical aesthetic. And it’s this feature the chair owes its name to the seat shell is cut through horizontally and vertically and then reassembled. The upshot is an intriguing mix of a fluid form and clear lines, closed and open areas, harmony, and contrast. The same goes for the matching tables and their suggestion of lightweight elegance. Whether they’re destined for large conferences, small meetings, or executive offices, Graph tables and chairs are an appealing combination due to their impressive finishes, exclusive materials, and flawless craftsmanship. As a result, Graph is already one of tomorrow’s classic items of furniture.
Models 301/5, 302/5: Four-star base made of die-cast aluminium, coated black or signal white, matt polished or bright chrome-plated. Black, multipurpose glides made of plastic for all types of flooring. Optionally with base glides with larger contact area for sensitive floorings, either to match the starbase black or signal white-coated, matt chrome-plated (polished starbase) or bright chrome plated (bright chrome-plated starbase).
Armrests that connect the seat and back made of die-cast aluminium and coated black or signal white, matt polished, or bright chrome-plated to match the frame. Optionally with integrated, leather-covered armrest pads, only colour matched when a 74 or 87 leather cover is chosen.
By Wilkhahn which stands worldwide for design made in Germany. TAs winner of the German Environmental Prize, the company has worked with architects Frei Otto and Thomas Herzog and has actively been practising environmental responsibility for over 20 years. In addition to a number of international accolades, office chair ON has also received the Federal Ecodesign Award.