Juli Soft Chair
Sophisticated and elegant in its expression, Juli Soft is the apex of twenty years of creative experimentation by designer Werner Aisslinger. Fully upholstered in fabric, the Juli Soft armchair sits on top of a base that comes in the following versions: a goblet base with a polished chrome finish, matte white, matte black, or matte mud; with four ash legs with a bleached finish, oak stained, wengé stained, or black stained; with 4 or 5 aluminum legs in a polished aluminum version, matte white, matte black, or matte mud; 4 tubular iron legs with polished chrome, matt white, matte black, or matte mud finish; with a sled base, with versions in polished chrome, matt white, matte black, or a matt mud finish.
Thanks to its remarkable stability, the robust injection-molded seat, and the fresh, contemporary look, the Juli soft is the perfect solution for home and Contract settings.
The SOFT SIDE of Cappellini
Werner Aisslinger is a German designer with a diverse portfolio known for his innovative use of materials and linking technologies with emotions. Born in Nördlingen, Germany, in 1964, he studied industrial design at the Hochschule der Künste (HdK) in Berlin. Between 1989-92 he worked as a freelancer for famed designers Ron Arad and Jasper Morrison. In 1993, Werner founded his office in Berlin, emphasizing product design, design concepts, and brand architecture. In particular, his approach revolves around using the latest technologies and has helped introduce new materials and techniques to the world of product design. For example, his "Juli chair" for Cappellini was the first item of furniture to use a new type of foam called "integral polyurethane foam." It became the first German chair design selected as a permanent exhibit at the MoMA in New York in 1964.