Richard Lampert

Eiermann 2 table frame

Deep black RAL 9005
Richard Lampert
Eiermann 2 table frame
Deep black RAL 9005
    299,00 €all prices incl. VAT., excl. shipping costs
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    General Information

    Practical version of the original: In 1965, in Egon Eiermann's environment, a dismountable version of the original Eiermann table frame was created in the locksmith's shop at Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences - an interpretation that was not Egon Eiermann's own idea, but was initiated by one of his assistants. Unlike the original, the cross does not sit in the sloping space, but at right angles between the side sections. The cross brace tubes are bolted together back to back and to the side sections via the tube segments welded to their ends. A practical side effect: by raising the cross struts, more storage and leg space is created under the table top. The height and angle of the table top can be individually adjusted using the extension rods supplied: The rods are 33.5 cm long, have 5 adjustment options and allow working heights from 72 cm to 86 cm. If two of the rods are set higher than the other two, the table top can also be set at an angle. We offer the frame with an eccentrically positioned cross, including long extension rods and rubber stoppers.

    Egon Eiermann - architect and designer

    Egon Fritz Wilhelm Eiermann, born in Neuendorf near Berlin in 1904, is considered one of the most important German architects of post-war modernism. His residential buildings from the 1930s, the handkerchief weaving mill in Blumberg in 1951, St. Matthew's Church in Pforzheim in 1953, the German Pavilion at the World Exhibition in Brussels in 1958, the new Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin in 1961, the German Embassy in Washington in 1964, the high-rise parliament building in Bonn in 1969 and the administration buildings for IBM and Olivetti in Stuttgart and Frankfurt in 1970 are among his most important buildings.Eiermann was a full professor at the Faculty of Architecture at the Technical University in Karlsruhe, where he ran his own architectural practice and also designed numerous pieces of furniture during this time. These included his archetypal tubular steel table frame in 1953, with whose reduced construction Eiermann - coming from the field of architecture - found the optimum combination of material use and stability. Designed as a work table that could not be dismantled, the original served as the basis for various further developments. In 1965, for example, a demountable version with a decentrally mounted and vertically aligned cross was created, followed later by a version that can also be used as a dining table and a small version for children by manufacturer Richard Lampert and in exchange with Eiermann's descendants.

    Product Information

    Article Number 213855

      Dimensions: W 135 × D 78 × H 66 cm, height adjustable from 72 to 86 cm with extension rodsWeight: 5.6 kgMaterial: Tubular steel, powder-coated or chrome-plated, rubber stopperDesign: Idea by Egon Eiermann, 1965
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