German architect Egon Eiermann (1904-1970) isn’t as well known as other midcentury designers including Eero Saarinen or Arne Jacobsen, however he should be. His versatile piling SE 68 SU chair, made for orchestral chairs, is a midcentury classic, favored by the European design cognoscenti for both commercial and national use. Created by German business Wilde + Spieth since the 1970s, the seat can be found in an assortment of spots as well as shades, including a unique version featuring shades drawn in the Le Corbusier palette.
Previously: The Eiermann seat in the Wild + Speith showroom on display.
Above L: The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU, made by Wild + Speith in Germany, is obtainable in four colours drawn in the Le Corbusier colour palette (blue, green, yellow, and grey) and is $590 from Ambient Direct.
Preceding: A green stained Eiermann Chair SE 68 and desk in the Copenhagen home office of graphic designer Tanja Vibe; picture by Line T. Klein via French by Fantasy.
Previously: The versatile Eiermann Table is made by German business Richard Lampert and is for sale in a variety of sizes from Ambient Direct; costs begin at $537 for the 180-by-90cm size (about 70 by 35 inches). It is accessible with a chrome or black powder coated framework and using various surfaces.
Preceding: The Eiermann table functions as a dining table; picture via Hvor Kragerne Vender.
Preceding: The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU using a black framework in a blue spot; it is also accessible beech, black-stained beech, dark green- lacquered oak, stained beech, lacquered teak, lacquered ash, and white painted. The framework can be found in matte chrome, chrome, or black powder-coated chrome.
Above: The Eiermann Stool can be found in an assortment of spots.
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