A clever invention meant the breakthrough for Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin in the early 70s: He designed an office chair with the model number 1000 that was made almost entirely from conical, pluggable parts.
It could be packed in a space-saving way that enabled economical shipping – a crucial competitive advantage, particularly for the export business. To mark the company’s 50th anniversary, the successful model got a makeover and is re-launched in many variations as 1000 classic. A modern classic with esprit that is still relevant in the New Work era.
Brochures and Technical Documents
Available in Chair or Counter Stool
Timber back and seat – option for inner shell upholstered or fully upholstered
Pneumatic height adjustment and infinite tilt lock
With or without arms
Available on castors or glides
Arms: Chrome posts, Arm pads in Natural beech, Black Lacquer, White Lacquer, Red Lacquer., Base: Polished Aluminium, Timber Seat and Back: Natural Beech, Black Lacquer, White Lacquer, Red Lacquer, Timber, steel, upholstery, Timber, upholstery, steel, Upholstery: Various fabrics and leathers available.
Ottoman: 440mmH, Low Back: 840mmH, Acoustic Screen: 1320mmH
Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin / Jessica Engelhardt