01 product description
The iconic table FK07 FRANKFURT by Ferdinand Kramer® is an especially significant example of his progressive and enduring designs, which surpass through their simplicity and function. Designed in 1959 as part of the "Knock-Down" series for the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt, the precise form with the signature corner detail accentuates the unique character of the table. The triangle-connection is an equally stabilising factor. With a powder-coated MDF tabletop or lacquered oak-veneered the re-edition offers a variety of finishes. The sub frame is made from powder-coated steel, and is available in colour versions. FK07 FRANKFURT is ideally suited as a working desk, conference or dining table and is especially complemented with the CH04 HOUDINI chairs from the e15 collection.
|850 mm, 1000 mm|
|1400 mm, 1800 mm, 2000 mm, 2300 mm, 2500 mm, 2700 mm, 1600 mm, 3300 mm, 3600 mm|
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04 TagsFerdinand Kramer Articles, Ferdinand Kramer Products, 1000 articles by News & Stories, e15 Articles, e15 Products, Portrait, Salone del Mobile 2012
05 Articles about e15 and Ferdinand Kramer
Loud colors, pastel hues and any amount of highlights. New, unusual color designs for tables, chairs and sofas really stimulated the eye in Milan. Following fashion’s suit. The best example is Vitra with a new color concept for its classics. From occasional contrasts to complete color harmony – the trend is definitely for interiors to become more colorful. And a good thing, too.› To the article
Good designers, successful products – Milan Marathon part 3
No, there was no revolt. Even Ventura Lambrate had nothing on offer that even came close to a taste of the future. Instead it was above all Konstantin Grcic who once again showed just what contemporary design can do.› To the article
What a relief – The Milan marathon part 1
Milan 2013, a mixture of prudence, consolidation and solid design work. A little less hype and fewer prototypes, too. This is certainly doing the industry good.