AAC227 & AAC227 Soft
Chairs

 Hee Welling & Hay

The AAC 227 fuses the clean, sleek aesthetic of the four-legged steel frame with the softness of the padded shell. Retaining the fundamental idea shared by the AAC family, this model is characterized by a curved shell with a slightly higher backrest.

Designed with optimal functionality in mind, the shell construction provides a deep, generous seat that combines an inviting aesthetic with a high level of comfort, while the lower downsides provide good support and allow the chair to slide under a table or desk.

The functional base features slightly outward angled legs for optimal stability and is available in black and chrome powder coated finishes, with the shell offered in a variety of regular and quilted upholstery options.

The multitude of variants and design combinations gives this series great versatility in a wide range of corporate, public and private contexts.

Shell Injected polypropylene
Base Black painted steel or chromed steel

Padding AAC227 20mm oeko-Tex foam + leather or fabric

Padding AAC227 Soft 20 mm foam on the seat + 20 mm foam on the backrest + 20 mm wadding + leather or fabric

Dimensions L59 x D54 x H82 cm - Seat height 46.5 cm

Choose 1) your upholstery 2) your base 3) your model (AAC227 or AAC227 Soft)

> Fabrics & Leathers

Examples:

Vidar 106 (price group 6)
/ Chrome

Linara 400 (price group 1)
/ Chrome

Vidar 556 (price group 6)
/ Black

Steelcut 655 (price group 2)
/ Black

Hallingdal 370 (price group 4)
/ Black

AAC 227 Chair

AAC 227 Soft Chair

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.