Eiermann 2 Dining Tableby Richard Lampert, 2013 — from 590,00 €
|Product type||Dining table|
Length: 135 cm
Width: 78 cm
Length: 160 cm
Width: 83 cm
Length: 200 cm
Width: 90 cm
|Material||Table top: plywood with melamine coating (28 mm thick), linoleum (30 mm thick) or solid oak, natural, satin finish (33 mm thick)
Table top outdoor version: spruce/fir solid, weather-resistant glued, oiled
Table frame: chrome plated or painted steel
Table frame outdoor version: Stainless steel
|Variants||Table top available in a range of sizes
Alternatively available as the Eiermann table
|Function & properties||Tabletop is securely attached to the frame|
|Delivery includes||Tableframe and table top|
|Care||We recommend cleaning with a soft, slightly damp cotton cloth.
Any discolouration and colour residues from the galvanisation process that may have arisen during the production of chrome-plated frame parts do not represent a material defect, are not dangerous to health and have no influence whatsoever on the function/longevity of the table frame. If the deposits cannot be removed with a mild, standard household scouring milk, they can be easily removed with a paint cleaner / polish (e.g. from car accessories) using a soft cloth. We recommend that the cleaning is first carried out on a concealed area.
|Product family||Eiermann tables|
|Accessories||Accessories for Eiermann tables|
|Product datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,1 MB).
The Eiermann 2 dining table is distributed by the Stuttgart based manufacturer Richard Lampert, whose product portfolio also includes various Eiermann table frames. Although the design is based on the original design by the famous architect, it is not directly by him. In the formally reduced dining table, the cross-section is placed at right angles between the side panels, the table top is bolted firmly to the base frame, giving it a reliable stability. In addition to various Eiermann objects, Richard Lampert also distributes designs by Peter Horn, who for example designed various items of Kid's furniture, and Alexander Seifried, who among others objects is responsible for the Seesaw office chair and Bank Stijl.