...In addition to Hirche, the Lampert stand in Cologne will also feature new products from Hirche's contemprorary Egon Eiermann, including new table tops for the Eiermann table frame and new cushions for the Eiermann E 10 Rattan Chair...
The Rattan Chair E 10 was created in 1949 by the architect and designer Egon Eiermann. Produced by Richard Lampert, who established their reputation with the Eiermann table base, the E 10 armchair proves that the German designer was talented at working with a wide range of materials and processes. The necessary stability within the E 10 is achieved solely through the braided structure, a structure which in addition bequeaths the object its unusual and organic form, in which you can sit comfortably and relax. Reminiscent of both a funnel or an abstract flower the Eiermann chair not only possesses a calming character but is visually very pleasing and is thus a genuine enrichment for any space, particularly when accompanied by the E 14 stool.
|Height: 80 cm
Width: 90 cm
Seat height: ca. 30 cm
|Cushion available in white
|Light natural Rattan
Cushion: 100% cotton (white)
|Available with or without cushions
|Function & properties
|Cushion not fixed
|When cleaning rattan furniture water should be used sparingly. Recommended is a soft cloth and regular dusting or vacuuming.
|Awards & museum
|Presented in the German Pavilion, 1958 World's Fair
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