The Juli Plastic armchair, by Werner Aisslinger, reflects new experimental frontiers. Over the decades, this chair has lent itself to numerous creative and constructive interpretations.
For this edition of Juli Plastic, the curves of the shell have undergone a slight restyling that maintains all of the original sculptural plasticity, but also provides additional comfort.
The plastic shell, available in pure white, graphite black, bright blue and blood orange, can be paired with several different bases: 4 wooden legs; 4 spokes with plastic tips; 5 spokes with plastic tips or castors; column; cantilever.
For the Juli Plastic, upon request, it is possible to personalize the colour of the shell.
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