Wilde & Spieth
h 74 / w 46 / d 47 cm
Egon Eiermann is one of the most important German architects of the post-war period. The chair is manufactured by Wilde & Spieth. His 1953 design Eiermann 1 is a counter framework with sloping cross struts on the same level. Among his other trailblazing designs are the tubular-steel chair SE 68, wicker chair E 10, wooden folding chair SE 18 and church chair SE 121, on view at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin until today. Designers such as Herbert Hirche have had a strong impact on Eiermann.