Marcus Hoehn||||||||||“Organised chaos” – Werner Aisslinger at his eclectic Berlin studio|Bikini Island, a modular system formed from blocks of seating, shelves, planters, tables and curtains|Level 34 for Vitra is an adaptable system that caters to future work habits|Chair Farm, a naturally grown chair, presented at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair|NETwork, computer-generated 3D embroidery, 2010|A-Chair for L’abbate, made from steel tube met by network of rods, 2009|Coral Seating, geodetic structure inspired by marine micro-organisms, 2009|Juli Chair in polyurethane integral foam, 1996|Soft Chaise for Zanotta, made of gel cells, 2000||
17 Apr 2013

Werner Aisslinger: Rational radical

Words by James McLachlan

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