The historic ensemble of the Harnack House in Berlin-Dahlem houses the conference centre of the Max Planck Society. In cooperation with the well-known interior fitting company VHB Memmingen, the large conference hall and the gallery of the Goethesaale were equipped with upholstered seating. The radial, continuous table systems form the upper end of a piece of furniture. All surfaces were veneered in oak and the seat and backrest upholstery was connected radially to the invisible steel frame construction. The seats were manufactured in four different seat widths to guarantee a harmonious row-end alignment. The step lights mounted in the row-end panels fit seamlessly into the design.