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Poetry meets zeitgeist: innovations from Wittmann

Masterful craftsmanship and unmistakable designs: This is what the Austrian furniture manufacturer Wittmann stands for. In spring the brand presents great new products. These are already available in the concept:space in the stilwerk Hamburg - exclusively and before the official launch in April at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. We introduce them.

A new dining table called ADÈLE from the Austrian furniture brand Wittmann.

Wittmann is launching five new designs this spring: a re-edition of a classic from 1971, something new by Sebastian Herkner, two extraordinary armchairs and a dining table that invites you to an extensive dinner.


A factory design from 1971 reflects today's zeitgeist more than ever: modular and can be converted from a sofa to a bed in no time. That's exactly the reason to revive this design.

"Conceived in the 1970s as a living area that was based on cubic shapes - which was contemporary at the time - ATRIUM also fits stylistically perfectly with the feel-good ideas of the 21st century: high-quality material on the inside with a well-thought-out structure, casual, soft and inviting on the outside," says Alice Wittmann .

The sofa is available in leather or fabric in various colors.


With BUN, the Italian designer Federica Biasi has created a swivel lounge chair that appears calm and yet remains memorable: thanks to masterful workmanship, balanced proportions and fine materials. A typical Wittmann. The designer herself puts it in a nutshell:

“The art of simplification is anything but easy.” Federica Biasi


Two pieces of furniture, one designer: The French designer Philippe Nigro expands the Wittmann collection with JOSPEH and ADÈLE to include a club armchair and a dining table. Both designs that fit the brand in their formal sophistication. What catches the eye with JOSEPH is the quilted cover, which was created based on goldsmith's objects from the Secession. With ADELE, it's the details that make it decorative and special: the inwardly sloping frame is decorated with a frieze of finely milled notches using elaborate carpentry work. An ornament that, in its reserved form, enriches the reduced table and at the same time fits into Austria's design history as a traditional design element.

“Wittmann conducts a dialogue with the past and at the same time looks to the future.

This ability is inspiring,” says Philippe Nigro about the collaboration.


From dining chair to small armchair: Sebastian Herkner has developed MORTON, a compact armchair version of his chair of the same name. Well-proportioned and with a high level of seating comfort, this flexible armchair can be integrated into all areas of living and working.


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