The Max Bill collection is a prime example of the fusion of beauty and functionality in design. It is characterized by clarity, simplicity, and mathematical logic. Max Bill's wooden furniture embodies his convictions, representing the idea that functionality, durability, and efficient resource utilization should be the foundations of any design. These principles are evident in all his designs and products.
An outstanding example of Max Bill's design prowess is the chair from 1952. This chair, which garnered multiple awards in the 1950s, showcases his ability to marry beauty and function. The unique leg construction with a cross-brace connection, an invention by Bill, not only imparts strong static stability to the chair but also highlights the technical structure impressively.
The wb form brand is renowned for quality and design, and Max Bill has once again demonstrated that Swiss design meets international standards. The seat and backrest materials are available in beech, oak, and walnut, while the chair legs are crafted from solid wood in the same wood variants. The dimensions of the chair are 48 cm in width, 52 cm in depth, and 78 cm in height, with a seat height of 46 cm. The chair comes standard with felt gliders, but plastic gliders are optionally available.
- Design: Max Bill
- Size: W: 48 cm / D: 52 cm / H: 78 cm / Seat height: 46 cm