Titel: OFFENBACHER STUHL | 118
Designer: Sebastian Herkner
Creating a reminiscence of the Frankfurter Stuhl (Frankfurt Chair), conveying the “Thonet spirit” and using as few parts as possible – that was Sebastian Herkner’s design goal for chair 118 for Thonet.
Herkner sketched the wooden chair for the Cologne Design Gallery with a classic artist’s coloured crayon in a dark terracotta shade. In contrast to a pencil sketch, the chosen colourfulness gives the design its own character and a subtle elegance. Herkner draws with determined strong lines, the rich application of colour makes the chair shine and gives it a vividness.
Sebastian Herkner himself calls the chair 118 Offenbacher Stuhl (Offenbach Chair), in reference to his place of living and working.
For all design lovers who have a passion for contemporary design classics.
We print this illustration on Hahnemühle Photo Rag (308 g/m²) artist paper made of cotton with a fine, soft surface structure. The white cotton artist paper with its characteristic, pleasantly soft feel captivates with its softly pronounced felt structure and gives every work of art a three-dimensionality and impressive pictorial depth. In combination with the matt premium inkjet coating, outstanding prints in brilliant colors, deep blacks, impressive contrasts and perfect reproduction of details are created. The paper is acid and lignin free.
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity of the gallery. The following information is noted on the certificate: author of the work, title of the work, year of creation, edition, printing technique, manufacturer and model of the printer, paper.
The colors displayed on the monitor may differ from the original.