The new Neos Ingeniously simple – simply ingenious
For decades Wilkhahn has constantly striven to develop products that are function-rich and offer timeless design and superb durability. The goal is for a Wilkhahn product to accompany its owner lifelong and to excel both ecologically and economically. A good example is office chair Neos. This year is its tenth anniversary, but form and function are still highly contemporary. To coincide with the anniversary, the chair has undergone a careful redesign to reflect the state of the art regarding upholstery and production methods. And the upshot is even greater comfort at even lower cost. In good-old business tradition Wilkhahn’s passing the savings on to its customers too.
Neos is characterised by ingenious simplicity, intuitive handling and clear contours. The redesign of the chair applies to the upholstery above all. The new, breathable upholstery and covering method looks fresher, more modern and enhances comfort too. The interaction with the three-dimensional, elastic backrest shell and specially designed automatic synchro-adjustment encourages a range of motion and change of posture that add up to healthy dynamic seating.
It’s not just the feeling of comfort, but also the design of Neos that’s a welcome surprise. The clear contours of the back and swivel arm look seamless.
The smooth aluminium shell of the synchro-adjustment mechanism is an example of outstanding quality and excellent design down to the last detail. Its comfort and robust quality make Neos an aesthetic and economically interesting alternative as a basic range for a variety of different scenarios.
The Neos cantilever chairs are designed to match the office chair. Stackable versions, different types of upholstery and a choice from the Wilkhahn fabric and leather collection open up a range of design opportunities. And the similarity of Neos to the rest of the Wilkhahn family’s design enables a variety of combinations with other office-chair lines like the Modus or FS ranges. The result is a consistent style of interior design, spanning back offices to conference rooms, to training areas and executive spaces.
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