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Wittmann brings art and culture together in masterful union

With this year's Salone del Mobile booth concept, Head of Design Alice Wittmann and Creative Council Arthur Arbesser created a place where art and culture, elegant design and generous comfort came together in masterful union.

In the design for the trade fair presentation, Viennese accents were emphasized by the recurring shape of the square. This was reinforced and enhanced by well-curated elements such as the idea of an Art Nouveau fireplace, staging a dialogue between tradition and the contemporary - with Josef Hoffmann's Sitzmaschine and the new Bun design by Federica Biasi. Other new products from the collaboration with Philippe Nigro, Arthur Arbesser and Sebastian Herkner – complemented by selected icons from Wittmann's Heritage collection – form the distinctive and eclectic 'House of Wittmann'.

'This home is an elegant melange: Classics from the Heritage collection alongside completely new creations. The uniqueness of Wittmann is emphasized by this mixture of timeless and forward-thinking designs and craftsmanship of the highest quality,' says Arthur Arbesser.

TACT Screen, Arthur Arbesser
TACT artfully bears the creative signature of Arthur Arbesser while also demonstrating Wittmann's trademark craftsmanship and flawless functionality. Each of the panels is precisely framed in black leather, with both sides of the upholstered surfaces either to be covered in a single colour of fabric or leather or a playful variety of finishes. This makes TACT also a compelling design element for the contract sector. As it is upholstered with polymousse and open-pored fleece, TACT also functions as a mobile acoustic panel.

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