The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU Frame Chrome was designed by Egon Eiermann for Wilde + Spieth.
Eiermann is considered one of the most influential architects in modern German history and is the mastermind behind many of the country's best-loved architectural designs. Some of his most prominent building works include the reconstruction of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin, and the German Embassy in Washington, as well as the Olivetti Twin Towers in Frankfurt am Main. The hallmarks of his designs include traditional German functionality, neutral aesthetics and clever practical details that enhance everyday life without being a distraction.
The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU Frame Chrome has a contemporary design with no frills or gimmicks, making it ideal for use in professional areas such as lecture halls and conference rooms. The chair combines outstanding seating comfort and pared-down aesthetics with a tubular steel frame and seat in a variety of lacquered finishes, highlighting the natural beauty of the wood. Thanks to its clever design the chair stacks away for neat storage and measures 79cm high, 44cm wide and has a seat height of 46cm for comfortable use even over extended periods of time.