A new interpretation of a design that, over the course of its twenty-year history, has welcomed numerous creative and constructive experiments: July Comfort armchair by Werner Aisslinger follows the lead of the shell for the Juli Plastic to evolve into an incredibly soft and comfortable padded chair – perfect for furnishing private homes, lounges and restaurants.
In the Juli Comfort armchair, the recycled plastic shell is made using an injected technique, for extreme durability; the seat, in polyurethane and foam, can be upholstered in a selection of fabrics, leather and eco leather.
The base of this designer armchair comes in five versions: a goblet base with a polished chrome, matte white, matte anthracite or matte mud finish; a sled base, in polished chrome, matte white, matte anthracite or matte mud; 4 ash wood legs, with a bleached, stained oak, stained wengé or stained black finish; with 4 or 5 aluminum spokes (with a polished aluminum, matte white, matte anthracite or matte mud finish); with 4 metal legs, available in polished aluminum, matte white, matte anthracite or matte mud.
Thanks to the chromatic combinations that derive from careful pairing of the base, color of the plastic shell and the seat upholstery, the Juli Comfort armchair offers numerous possibilities to customize each piece for a contemporary, yet classic look.
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