JULI RE-PLASTIC

Werner Aisslinger

2022

Juli armchair by Werner Aisslinger continues to be the protagonist of new successful experiments. Extremely comfortable thanks to a more and more cozy curved shell, Juli Re-Plastic is one of Cappellini’s novelties for this year, the first sustainable outdoor piece of furniture.

The four-leg base is made of AISI 316 stainless steel and the shell is realized with recycled and recyclable polypropylene reinforced with fibreglass. Obtained from recycled domestic waste, in particular used packaging, this kind of polypropylene allows a reduction in gas emissions of approximately 54%.

Juli Re-Plastic is presented in grey. Thanks to its high wear resistance, this product is particularly suitable for hospitality contexts, as well as for domestic environments. On request the chair is available with water drainage.

Juli armchair by Werner Aisslinger continues to be the protagonist of new successful experiments. Extremely comfortable thanks to a more and more cozy curved shell, Juli Re-Plastic is one of Cappellini’s novelties for this year, the first sustainable outdoor piece of furniture.

The four-leg base is made of AISI 316 stainless steel and the shell is realized with recycled and recyclable polypropylene reinforced with fibreglass. Obtained from recycled domestic waste, in particular used packaging, this kind of polypropylene allows a reduction in gas emissions of approximately 54%.

Juli Re-Plastic is presented in grey. Thanks to its high wear resistance, this product is particularly suitable for hospitality contexts, as well as for domestic environments. On request the chair is available with water drainage.

ALL DIMENSIONS

  • JUP6E

2D/3D MODELS

  • DWG - 2D
  • 3DS
  • OBJ

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  • DWG - 2D
  • 3DS
  • OBJ

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Werner Aisslinger
Werner Aisslinger

Born in Germany, Werner Aisslinger began his career as a freelancer for large established firms by names such as Jasper Morrison, Ron Arad and de Lucchi. In 1993, he founded his own Berlin-based studio.


He has won the “Compasso d’Oro” award numerous times, as well as other important European awards, and is the author of iconic pieces that are in the...