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1960s Eiermann screen remade for the modern era


A piece of design history, with this Eiermann screen still a useful and stylsh item in the modern home.

It was designed by Egon Eiermann in 1968, originally designed as a room divider for the entrance hall and the conference rooms at the German Parliament in Bonn.

It has now been reissued by Richard Lampert in small numbers, constructed of Douglas fir and white lacquered MDF, with a size of around 274w x 30d x 172.5cm. Price? You'll need to pay £1,968.

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Categories / Design and Interiors

1950s Herbert Hirche trolley remade by Richard Lampert in limited numbers


We featured a reissue of his lounge chair last week, but now the Herbert Hirche trolley has also been remade by Richard Lampert, but only in limited numbers.

Just 100 of this 1956 design have been remade, to celebrate what would have been Herbert Hirche's 100th birthday. It's a stylish thing too, dating back to 1956, but more reminiscent of the designer's Bauhaus school roots, with a structure in black powder-coated steel and a top in 4mm structured safety glass.

Get one while you can, it can only be a good investment at £630.

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