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  • Eiermann Screen, 1968, Egon eiermann, Richard lampert
  • Eiermann Screen, 1968, Egon eiermann, Richard lampert
  • Eiermann Screen, 1968, Egon eiermann, Richard lampert

Eiermann Screen, 1968

Eiermann Screen by Egon Eiermann for Richard Lampert.

Egon Eiermann originally designed this room divider in 1968 for the entrance hall and the conference rooms at the German Parliament. The building soon became a landmark of Bonn and the young German democracy. The screen has been manufactured again in small quantities by Richard Lampert since 2010.

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Eiermann Screen by Egon Eiermann for Richard Lampert.

Egon Eiermann originally designed this room divider in 1968 for the entrance hall and the conference rooms at the German Parliament. The building soon became a landmark of Bonn and the young German democracy. The screen has been manufactured again in small quantities by Richard Lampert since 2010.

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274w x 30d x 172.5cmh

4 part screen 62cm | 62cm | 88cm | 62cm
Frame thickness: 3cm
Thickness when folded: 12cm

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The frame is in Douglas Fir, the panel is in a white lacquered MDF.

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Founded in 1993 Richard Lampert stands for industrial production, quality craftsmanship, design standards and environmental awareness.

Founded in 1993 Richard Lampert stands for industrial production, quality craftsmanship, design standards and environmental awareness.

Richard Lampert produce furniture with the design motto ‘as little as possible, as much as necessary’, and aim to offer products at a good price-performance ratio. The majority of products are produced in Germany, excluding the rattan furniture which is produced in Indonesia.

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