Lampert Frame shelving system Lampert Frame shelving system Lampert Frame shelving system Lampert Frame shelving system

Frame is a sophisticated modification of the classic Eiermann shelf. Alexander Seifried added a frame to the 1932 Eiermann shelf archetype and has thus created an unconventional and independent piece of furniture. With a rear panel, the shelf can, for example, be used as a TV stand. Thanks to the frame measuring almost 1.90m in height and 2m in width, you can also use the shelf as an unobtrusive partition that won’t impair the open feel of a large space. Many different colour and material options allow the creation of an individual design: the frame and the steel tubes are available in white, grey or black (the tubes are also available in stainless steel); as with the Eiermann shelf, the shelves come in either white melamine, as solid three-layer panels stained with a small amount of white pigment or in natural or smoked solid oak. The small boxes with or without doors not only provide practical storage space but also add some colourful accents.

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.