Influenced by shaping and bending, LINK's form follows technique.
LINK CHAIR, ARMCHAIR & STOOL
- Available with 4 leg, 4 star or 5 star castor base
- Optional seat pad
- Optional linking system
Lead Time Guide: 14-16 Weeks
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A collection of stackable chairs, armchairs and stools, ‘linked’ by a metal element joining the two wing-like backrests. LINK seat is available in plywood with optional leather upholstered seat pad for added comfort. LINK base is available in powder coated or matt chrome stackable 4 leg or sled base with optional linking system for meeting and conference environments. LINK is also available with powder coated or sand-blasted aluminium swivel 4 star or 5 star base on castors. LINK stool is available in two heights with powder coated or sand-blasted stainless steel sled base with glides in polythene and felt.
Hee Welling (born 1974) is educated from the University of Art and Design Helsinki (Finland) and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - department of furniture design, form where he graduated, with a master degree in furniture design in 2003. He established his own studio in Copenhagen in 2003 and works within the fields of furniture-, interior- and industrial design.
Among his clients is – Hay, Erik Jørgensen, Fredericia Furniture, Lammhults, Laufen and Lapalma.
His work has been awarded several awards, including – the Bo Bedre design award (Denmark), the Good Design award (USA), the new Danish Art foundation (Denmark) and he has been nominated as Danish designer of the year 2013 by Danish magazine - Bolig Magasinet.
Hee Welling’s design has be exhibited at different fairs and museums around the world – e.g. Danish export exhibition - Tokyo, ICFF - New York, 100% design - London, Stockholm Furniture Fair, Horsens Art museum, IMM – Cologne, Maison&Objet - Paris and Salone del mobile - Milan.
His work has been used for different international interior projects, such as the Oslo opera house (Norway), the Australian parliament, Google head office, Danish national television, the Astrup Fearnley museum and the Danish parliament.
Besides his studio he had teached at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Danish Institute for Study abroad – DIS.