Wilde+Spieth SE 68 SU Stackable Chair

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The stacking chair among the multipurpose chairs. Its distinctive shape, the undeniable effect in the room and of course the typical Eiermann seating comfort make the stackable version of the SE 68 one of the greatest in terms of hall seating. Discreet yet with an incredible presence, SE 68 SU develops its different character in all kinds of rooms just as if it were individually designed and developed for just this room, this hall, this building. Regardless of the size of the room, the number of chairs, the type of deployment and use, its colour and design, in every room it seems to have just the impact and expressiveness that transforms the overall composition into this one perfect unity.


Frame 4-legged tubular steel frame, chrome plated with plastic glides. Ø 18 × 2 mm. The model is identical to SE 68 but with smaller seat and steeper leg placement to be stackable.

Seat and backrest Moulded seat and backrest of laminated wood veneer. Backrest support of tubular steel Ø 18 × 2 mm.

Stackability Wood model stackable with stacking rubber pads under seat. In upholstered version stackable with stacking board. 8 chairs stackable. With armrests max. 4 chairs stackable.

Size Description

Measurements Object: H 77.5 cm × W 43 cm × D 48 cm S

eat: H 46 cm × W 43 cm × D 40 cm

  • 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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