With the Aula range of vertical stacking chairs, Wilkhahn succeeded in 2017 in designing, in collaboration with designer Wolfgang CRMezger, a three-dimensional synthetic resin shell that offers maximum comfort both in terms of seating and support – and this, whatever the size, build and morphology of the user. Available in six shell colors and four upholstery variants, the chair with its matching synthetic resin base has gone from being a design object to that of a must-have, multi-awarded for “new worlds of work” (it notably received a “Red Dot” and an Iconic Award). So that the advantages of this “perfect” seat shell also benefit the specific requirements of a multifunction space, Wilkhahn and Mezger have enriched the range with two new models: the first, also stackable from above, has a base in tubular steel. Its integrated linking system and the specific shape of its armrests allow the chairs to be positioned in extremely compact rows. In comparison, the second model with a sled base made of curved tubular steel is distinguished by very great finesse, but also by easy handling and a small footprint thanks to its “front stacking mode”.