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The table Egon by Franz Volhard for Nils Holger Moormann presents with his name and form an unmistakable homage to the architect Egon Eiermann and his work. The frame of untreated ash supports a tabletop, which is available in four different widths and which is connected without screws or other metal parts to the table frame. The Moormann table can be assembled without tools, and thus reflects the typical Moormann style: simple, precise, unfussy.
||Height: 74,5 cm
Length: 140/160/190/220 cm
Depth: 90 cm
||Table top: melamine resin, edge ash untreated
Frame: ash untreated
||Available in a range of sizes
|Function & properties
||Tool free assembly
Table top and table base are firmly joined together after construction
The table does not contain any metals
||To clean the wooden surfaces a soft, damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent is recommended.
|Awards & museum
||iF product design award 2011 in Gold
Good Design Award 2010, The Chicago Athenæum
Nomination for the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2012
||Through the consequent use of natural materials and a strong focus on modular systems Moormann products are created with the environment and sustainability in mind. In addition all Moormann products are designed
so that they can both be simply recycled and transported in the smallest volume possible. 90% of Moormann products are made in the immediate vicinity of the company's Aschau im Chiemgau base, thus not reducing transport costs but supporting the local community.
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More about 'Egon' in our blog
...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...
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