Standout products: Wheels, Chemistry and Collo by Keilhauer and Eoos

Keilhauer and design lab Eoos debuted two new collections and a standalone product.

“Wheels” is an assortment of interconnecting benches and table. It recreates the notion of the “idea lab” by taking inspiration from MIT’s “Building 20,” a World War II think tank known for achievements in physics. These armless lounge chairs have high back two-seater benches, chaises, stools, idea dividers and round tables.

“Chemistry” is a seven-piece collection of interconnecting benches, tables and chairs. The forms include squares, rectangles and trapezoids, designed to create a look reminiscent of chemical compounds.

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Meanwhile, “Collo” is a workplace chair featuring subtle curves and a variety of base designs, including legs in wood or steel and a swivel design in aluminum or nylon.

Keilhauer designs and manufactures commercial seating, including task chairs, lounge seating, stacking chairs and benches.

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