AAC155 & AAC155 Soft
Task Chairs


design Hee Welling & Hay

Featuring a five-legged castor base, the AAC 155 Task Chair combines the high functionality of a task chair with optimal comfort and modern aesthetics. Retaining the same high backrest and generous seat that characterises the series, the base is designed with a tilting mechanism and a gas lift that can adjust the seat height. The AAC 155 Soft version has comfortable quilted padding.

The base is available in polished or powder-coated aluminium, and the quilted shell is offered in a variety of upholstery options, providing a multitude of design combinations that give this series versatility in a wide range of corporate, public, and private contexts.

Shell injection moulded polypropylene seat with armrest
Base aluminium, polished or powder coated

Upholstery AAC155 10mm oeko-Tex foam + fabric or leather

Upholstery AAC155 Soft 20 mm foam on the seat + 15 mm foam on the backrest and 20 mm wadding + fabric or leathe 

Seat Height 44 / 56 cm

Choose 1) your upholstery 2) your base 3) your version (AAC155 or AAC155 Soft)

AAC155 Chair

AAC155 Soft Chair

The Soft Duo version mix 2 different upholstery: please ask for a quote

Fabrics & Leathers


Atlas 931 (price group 1)
/ Polished Aluminium

Hallingdal 170 (price group 4)
/ cuir Sense black
/ Black

Flamiber charcoal C8 (price group 2)
/ Black

cuir Sense black (price group 6)
/ Black

Mode 009 (price group 1)
/ Polished Aluminium

Divina Melange 120 (price group 3)
/ Mode 008
/ Polished Aluminium

cuir Sense Cognac (price group 6)
/ Polished Aluminium

Bolgheri LGG60 (price group 4)
/ cuir Sense Cognac
/ Polished Aluminium

Flamiber Petrol Blue J4 (price group 2)
/ Black

Vidar 932 (price group 6)
/ Black

Hee Welling

Hee Welling is a Danish furniture designer who founded his own studio in Copenhagen in 2003. Welling has received a number of design awards, including the Bo Bedre Award (Denmark), Good Design Award (USA) and has been nominated as the Danish designer of the year in both 2013 and 2014.

Welling is the son of a cabinetmaker, and his fascination with production techniques, materials and machinery was fired as a child. He went on to study at The University of Art and Design in Helsinki, and received his master’s degree in furniture design from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (where he is also now a design tutor).

His design ethos is centered around the idea of creating technically accomplished products that can reach a wide audience. His work is characterized by a great sense of proportion and quietly elegant looks.