• Eiermann 2 table, 1965, Egon eiermann, Richard lampert

Eiermann 2 table, 1965

Eiermann 2 dining table by Egon Eiermann for Richard Lampert.

An interpretation of Egon Eiermann's original table frame, the  Richard Lampert has created the Eiermann 2. Different from the original Eiermann 1 Frame, the crossbar sits square between the lateral parts of the frame. The design offers comfortable leg room on both sides, making the Eiermann 2 table ideal for dining or conference settings.

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Eiermann 2 dining table by Egon Eiermann for Richard Lampert.

An interpretation of Egon Eiermann's original table frame, the  Richard Lampert has created the Eiermann 2. Different from the original Eiermann 1 Frame, the crossbar sits square between the lateral parts of the frame. The design offers comfortable leg room on both sides, making the Eiermann 2 table ideal for dining or conference settings.

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160w x 84d x 75cmh
200w x 90d x 75cmh

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Available in four different finishes; linoleum or white melamine with an oak edge, 5 layer plywood transparent lacquer finish with 10% of white pigment and smoked solid oak. Frame available in black, basalt grey and chrome plated. Chrome plated base subject to a surcharge.

Non-adjustable height. Tabletop is screwed to frame.

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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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