Eiermann table for the office and home
As a desk in the home office, the frame and tabletop convince with plenty of legroom, for the office, the Eiermann can be configured equally suitable in size and equipment.
The desk is a refined and minimalist table. The frame of the desk keeps the table top straight and stable. Richard Lampert offers the table tops in different variants and sizes.
Configure E1 and E2 individually
The configuration options of the E1 and E2 are very diverse. Frame color, top coating, size, level compensation, table frame and top can be configured excellently for your own needs.
Particularly practical: The table can be adjusted in height by 17 cm in order to be able to optimally adapt the working height to the conditions in the office.
The Eiermann frame can be ordered in different sizes, so the original Eiermann table can also be used as a children's desk, dining table or conference table.
The Eiermann 2 table frame is available in black, white or chrome. The matching table top can be ordered as a model with melamine or linoleum. The table top for the Eiermann 1 table frame is also available with linoleum or melamine. The strut of the Richard Lampert Eiermann can be ordered diagonally offset or centered in the store.
The table is a design classic. Ergonomically designed and built to last, it remains one of the best-selling and most famous office tables of all time.
This modern and sleek design has been around for generations and is highly sought after. With a wide range of colors to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect desk for your home or workplace.
Eiermann is a German designer and architect, one of the most important representatives of functionalism. Egon Eiermann made a number of innovative proposals for the furniture industry and architectural design in the post-war period. Many of his ideas were implemented by such famous designers as Edouard Utzon, Dieter Rams and Paul László.
Draft and design of the Eiermann table frame
The Egon Eiermann table is a popular design classic. The Eiermann 1 with the famous eccentric cross frame is the original model of Egon Eiermann, from 1953.
The Eiermann 1 desk design is from 1953, the Eiermann 2 (E2) followed in 1965, but was not designed by Egon Eiermann himself. Adam Wieland further developed the Eiermann desk design and used it to create the Eiermann 2, also known as the E2.
Richard Lampert acquired the license for the Eiermann table frame 1 in 1990. In addition to the Eiermann table frame 1, Richard Lampert also offers the Eiermann table frame 2. The second table frame does not differ significantly, but is a revised version of the first frame from 1953.
Both models are produced by the manufacturer Richard Lampert.