Egon Eiermann Eiermann Shelving
  • Egon Eiermann Eiermann Shelving
  • Egon Eiermann Eiermann Shelving
Designed in 1932 for the Berlin exhibition The Growing House, the Eiermann design is one of the archetypes of shelving. It was only designed and manufactured in small quantities, for a handful of houses designed by Egon Eiermann or his partner at that time, Fritz Jaenecke.

Lampert and Sudrow have changed small details for stability reasons and in the use of materials. Instead of white steel tubes we use stainless steel and instead of solid pine we offer solid oak or mdf covered with white melamine.

Design:
Egon Eiermann

Manufacturer:
Richard Lampert