Egon Eiermann

Eiermann Table
Eiermann 2 Table Frame
Table Top for Eiermann Table Frames
Eiermann 1 Table Frame
Children's Table Eiermann
Regal Eiermann
Eiermann 3 Trestle
Eiermann 2 Dining Table
SE 68
Cable Trough for Eiermann 2 Table Frames
S 197 R
Eiermann 1 Conference Table
Height Extension for Eiermann Table Frames
Drawer for Eiermann Table
Levelling Feet for Eiermann Table Frames
Mounting Set for Eiermann Table Frames
Industrial Castors for Eiermann Table Frames
Rubber Stoppers for Eiermann Table Frames
Shelf for Regal Eiermann
CPU Holder for Eiermann Frames
Cable Trough for Eiermann 1 Table Frames
Table Top Support for Eiermann 2 Table Frames
SE 18
Rattan Chair E 10
SE 40
SBG 197 R
SE 42
SE 43
Rattan Stool  E 14

Egon Eiermann

Egon Eiermann (* 29.09.1904 in Berlin/Germany; † 19.07.1970 in Baden-Baden/Germany) studied architecture in Berlin before joining the staff at Karstadt AG. In 1931 he established together with Fritz Jahnecke his on Architecture Bureau. In 1947 Eiermann was appointed as Lecturer at the Technical College in Karlsruhe, and in 1951 was co-founder of the German Design council. In addition to architecture Eiermann was also worked as stage designer for numerous film and theatre productions and designed furniture. In 1953 Eiermann designed himself an iconic desk.

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Orgatec Cologne 2016: Richard Lampert

...Amongst a presentation of objects new, established and re-worked three projects in particular caught our attention Eiermann Acoustic Elements Egon Eiermann's 1953 table frame is the most ridiculously simple piece of design...

IMM Cologne 2016: Richard Lampert

...According to Brigitte Eiermann her late husband, the German architect and designer Egon Eiermann, would work so long on a furniture design project until he could say "Das ist nicht besser zu machen" - "That cannot be improved"... 1 However we imagine Egon Eiermann would be very satisfied with the new table trestle Egon from Stuttgart based manufacturer Richard Lampert...

Blurred Lines or What if Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke designed furniture?

...Recognising the potential of the process Aalto took the Estonian methods and developed them further - technically and formally - applied them in context of site specific commissions and created something new, and something which itself went on to provide inspiration for the likes of Marcel Breuer, Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen, Egon Eiermann, Arne Jacobsen and neigh on every designer since... Egon Eiermann and Wilde + Spieth had no such qualms with the SE 3 from 1949, a work known today as the SE 42, and a work that bears a more than passing similarity to the Eames DCW, yet which was, as with Bertoia's Diamond Chair, developed independently of the Eames's, if with knowledge of what they were doing; and where importantly, and as Arthur Mehlstäubler is at great pains to point out, when one looks at details such as the way seat and frame are connected, the formally more open Eames construction compared with the more compact Eiermann chair or indeed simply the number of legs, the differences can be considered to outweigh the otherwise apparently obvious similarities...

IMM Cologne 2015: Richard Lampert

...Established in 1993 with a primary focus on producing the designs of Egon Eiermann, including most famously the re-edition of Eiermann's 1953 table frame, Stuttgart based furniture manufacturer Richard Lampert have quietly developed over the intervening twenty plus years into one of Germany's most distinctive and idiosyncratic furniture producers, and a manufacturer with a portfolio that effortlessly mixes contemporary design with older, established, pieces... In addition we were very taken by the new solid oak version of the Milla bar table Lampert originally presented in MDF at IMM Cologne 2014, the new Mr Round mobile stool struck as a very obvious and welcome addition to the Lampert portfolio, and a delightful product in its own right, but, and perhaps fittingly given the company's origins, one of the most pleasing new additions was related to Egon Eiermann...

New by smow: Rattan furniture from Lampert and lamps from Artemide

...Both pieces are creations of the German designer and architect Egon Eiermann...

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