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The Eiermann shelf is an archetype of shelving design. Egon Eiermann designed this shelf in 1932 for the much-acclaimed “The Growing House” exhibition in Berlin. The idea was to design a shelf for a home that can grow with the family. Thanks to a holistic approach, this also included the furniture. We have optimised both detailing and materials for modern requirements and production. The frame is available in stainless steel or in a powder-coated design in white, basalt grey or black. The shelves come in smoked or light oak, in bleached maple, white melamine or in a five-layer version stained with a small amount of white pigment. Available widths: 1400, 1600 and 2000 mm; up to 6 metres high. You can also have a matching integrated cabinet with sliding doors.

RICHARD LAMPERT: DESIGN ICONS AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN In 1993, Richard Lampert founded his company, based in the German city of Stuttgart, with the aim of producing innovative and versatile furniture for everyday use.