State Parliament in Mainz, Germany
Since 1951, the historic Deutschhaus in the city of Mainz has been the seat of the Rhineland-Palatinate State Parliament. In the heart of Mainz and overlooking the Rhine, the building houses numerous spaces for parliamentary use, as well as areas devoted to culture, citizens and politics.
After around six years of renovation work carried out by the architectural firm a|sh from Ludwigshafen, the meeting rooms around the plenary hall were also given a complete facelift in 2021. The interior design now features high-end Thonet furniture, offering maximum comfort for a variety of different uses.
More than 200 S 168 PVF upholstered chairs are available to flexibly create a range of seating configurations in the various rooms. The chairs combine elegance and comfort with their chrome-plated legs and black textile covers and can be used together with 60 individually combinable tabletops from the A 1700 Evo series. The tabletops feature a white finish, media module, chrome-plated frame and a privacy screen mounted underneath and can be used to create different layout options.