Side table Eiermann | EE 61

Egon Eiermann, 1961

Egon Eiermann is one of the most important architects of post-war modernism, but he has also made a name for himself as a furniture designer and designed world-famous classics. The side table offered here and often copied is one of them. The plate is available in either white or black paint and is placed on the elaborate and very stable frame with chrome alloy. There the plate is secure and, above all, non-slip, safe from impact. At the same time, the plate is flexible and can be used as a tray. The table is therefore ideal next to an armchair and sofa, or wherever you can take a seat with a drink. The design is simple and noble - timelessly flat! The high quality workmanship guarantees a lot of joy for years.

Design: Egon Eiermann, 1961

EE 61 /…: chrome plated metal

… / 1 …: table with one plate

… / 2 …: table with two plates

Addition to order code:

… SW: black lacquered plate

… W: white lacquered plate


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Egon Eiermann

1904 – 1970
Egon Eiermann

Without question, he was one of the most important architects of the post-war period. He designed mainly functional buildings. He is well-known for the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church in Berlin, the German Embassy in Washington or the “Lange Eugen”- the parliamentary building in Bonn. Born in 1904 in Berlin, Egon Eiermann’s furniture and lamps have always shared a spot in the design landscape.

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