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Wilkhahn Asia Pacific (Collection)

German company Wilkhahn began as a small carpentry in 1907 and is now a world leader in the design and manufacture of contract furniture.

Wilkhahn Asia Pacific (Collection)


November 21st, 2008

Wilkhahn produces a range of conference and hospitality furniture, specialising in boardroom tables, office and task chairs. In the late 1990s, Wilkhahn Asia Pacific was established with its headquarters in Sydney where the Wilkhahn factory manufactures products to serve the entire Asia Pacific region. Wilkhahn emphasises the balance between aesthetics and functionality. The company prides itself on its high quality of service and commitment to the environment. Wilkhahn celebrates 100 years in 2007.

Product Range
Hospitality, loose and task.

Major Brands
Confair folding table, Modus chair range, FS-Line Chair range, Logon table range and Aline range.

Commercial and hospitality.

Wilkhahn has a commitment to environmental protection and is accredited with ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2005 and Environmental Management System (EMS).

Major Projects
Deutsche Bank, NSW; Price Waterhouse Coopers, Australia wide; UBS, Asia Pacific; Caltex, NSW; Brisbane City Council, Qld; Parliament House Canberra, ACT; Ferrari/Maserati showroom, NSW; National Australia Bank, Vic; Ernst & Young, VIC; Audi, Qld.

Specialised Services
Every individual furniture unit is custom made. Local manufacturing means that Wilkhahn Asia Pacific meets exceptional Quality Assurance standards each and every time. It also means that there are short lead times for all products.

Lead Time
Chairs, 2–4 weeks; Tables, 5–8 weeks.

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