This stool was designed by Egon Eiermann in 1957 for the Expo in Brussels in 158. Eiermann and Sepp Ruff designed the Expo's German pavillion, where dozens of the stool, the E 10 Lounge Chair and rattan sun umbrellas enabled comfortable sitting for visitors. The pavillion attracted enormous international attention, as it was a sort of connecting link to famous modern German architecture before Nazi totalitarism. It was consequently seen as prove of a new democratic German society.
At the occasion of Eiermann's 100th birthday 2004, we reedited this charming and comfortable stool. The E 14 stool is a small and easy to transport seat for any room in the house, on a balcony or terrace.
|Seat finish||without upholstery|
|Base finish||column base|
|Backrest finish||without backrest|
|Armrest finish||without armrests|
|Colors||shades of brown|
Please fill in the form to request a printed catalogue.
Please fill in the form to request a PDF catalogue.
Please fill in the form.