Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair
  • Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair

Wilde+Spieth SE 18 Folding Chair

€398.00
Availability if not in stock approximate 6 weeks
Finish: *
  • Natural Beech
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  • Beech Stained Anthracite
  • Beech Stained Blue
  • Beech Stained Bottle Green
  • Beech Stained Yellow
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Until today Eiermann’s SE 68 is unique in its minimalist design and its seating comfort. A tubular steel frame in conjunction with an “organically” shaped seat and backrest made of moulded wood – the SE 68 was the earliest model in Germany in this combination of materials. To give furniture a “human dimension”, that was Egon Eiermann’s goal – and anyone who has ever sat on his SE 68 knows then at the latest that hardly anyone lived up to this aim as much as the self-confessed perfectionist himself. Design: Egon Eiermann, 1951

Specifications

Frame Wooden folding chair with solid beech frame and tapered legs

Seat and backrest Moulded seat with backrest of laminated beech veneer.

Features Seat folds upwards when chair is folded. Horizontally stackable

Size Description

Object: H 78 cm × W 52 cm × D 43 cm

Seat: H 43 cm × W 42 cm × D 42 cm

Weight approx 5.0 kg

  • Egon Eiermann

    <p>Egon Eiermann consistently represented the ideas of functionalism, he understood the interplay of objectivity and lightness, and thus shaped the image of the young Federal Republic of Germany over a period of more than two decades. <br /><br />It is particularly thanks to his work as a designer that Germany was able to successfully build on its tradition of the Werkbund and the Bauhaus internationally. His chairs are now classics and available under the Wilde + Spieth brand.</p>
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