Wilde + Spieth was founded in 1831 as a carpenters, in Esslingen am Neckar and initially produced shutters. In 1912 the company was renamed Wilde + Spieth. It was only with the designer and architect Egon Eiermann that the German stopped the production of roller shutters and instead produced seating in 1948. Today Wilde + Spieth also produces orchestra chairs, music stands and music accessories.
Architect and designer Egon Eiermann had set himself the goal of bringing furniture series for social housing on to the market in cooperation with Wilde + Spieth. By 1970, he created over 30 Eiermann models for Wilde + Spieth from plywood and steel pipe, which are now considered design classics.
For the exhibition "How to live?" in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe, Egon Eiermann and Wilde + Spieth designed various patterned furniture for social housing in 1949. The lightweight, space-saving, moving furniture design company had their first appearance and immediately excited great enthusiasm among the exhibition visitors.
The demand for innovative design objects by Eiermann rose so that Wilde + Spieth had to expand in the early 1960s. A new Wilde + Spieth factory was built, which now exclusively produced designer seating.
In 1950 the famous Eiermann chair SE 68 came onto the market. In the following years, Wilde + Spieth worked with other renowned architects and designers such as Herta-Maria Witzeman, Herbert Hirche and Paul Schneider Esleben. The new creative minds at Wilde + Spieth include, inter alia, Thore Garbers and Daniel Libeskind.
Designer Herta-Maria Witzeman created the first-class conference table SWF 1 / A, among other things, for Wilde + Spieth. We even have this ready for you online. Browse our online store! We have put together many excellent products from the furniture brand Wilde + Spieth for you. We will be happy to assist you any time if you have any questions!