D Egon Eiermann, 1953
M Richard Lampert
For dining tables with a depth of either 80 or 90 cm, we recommend a modified version of the original frame. This ver-sion was not designed by Eiermann and its detailing is not as sophisticated as in the original. However, this frame offers ergonomic benefits for dining tables. Unlike the original Eiermann 1 frame, in this modified version, the crossbars are not slanted but are positioned in a right angle between the two sides of the frame and the tabletop is screwed to the frame (29.5” table height). This dining table is available in a stainless steel design and with a weatherproof solid wood top for use on balconies or patios.
L 63.0”/78.7” x W 32.7”/35.4” x H 29.5”
W 53.1” x D 30.7” x H 26.0”
top: oak, plywood, linoleum, melamine
frame: black, white, silver, stainless steel, chrome plated