Swivelling and height-adjustable, the Juli 09 armchair was created by designer Werner Aisslinger.
The shell is made of moulded and coloured integral polyurethane foam (in gypsum white, dark grey, sand and Marlboro red) and can also be upholstered in a selection of fabrics and leathers from the collection; the base is made of die-cast aluminium and comes in polished chrome or a matte lacquered finish in white, mud or anthracite.
The Juli 09 armchairs can rest on top of either 4 or 5 spokes, equipped with castor wheels.
Born in Germany in 1964, he worked as a freelancer in well known design offices, Jasper Morrison’s, Ron Arad’s and de Lucchi’s, up to set his own one in Berlin in 1993. Selected many times for the Compasso d’ Oro and other Europen important awards, he designed items nowadays parts in the permanent collections of Moma, Vitra Design Museum and New York Metropolitan. He believes that design has basically to search new materials and new technologies: wo