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Posts tagged as 'Richard Lampert'

Thu 12.2.

The Treasure Seeker

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.02.2015 - Tagged as: ,

All-rounder: the stacked bed by the name of "Lönneberga" promises users – and their dogs – a good night's sleep

All-rounder: the stacked bed by the name of “Lönneberga” promises users – and their dogs – a good night’s sleep

Richard Lampert receives his visitors at his company headquarters, a lovingly restored office directly behind the museum mile and castle in central Stuttgart. The numerous furniture prototypes scattered around the rooms give you an immediate sense of the creative spirit that prevails here. For 20 years, Richard Lampert and his company have been successfully producing design classics by Egon Eiermann or Herbert Hirche and developing contemporary, innovative design. (by Atrium)

 

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‘Hook’ side table by Eric Degenhardt for Richard Lampert; photo by Richard Becker

German designer Eric Degenhardt has realised this small, foldable table for the Stuttgart-based furniture brand Richard Lampert. Intended for both indoor and outdoor use, the design is made of powder-coated steel and it can be easily folded and stored away thanks to an elongated loop which stretches from the base. ‘Hook’ is available in four different colours: white, blue, grey and yellow. (more…)

'Kids Only' by Richard Lampert

The German manufacturer Richard Lampert launches at this year’s imm cologne his brand new collection ‘Kids Only’, a wide range of furniture dedicated to the smallest ones. Amongst them one of our favourite, the children’s perch ‘Tur Tur’ by Eric Degenhardt. The industrial looking piece is made from bent steel tubes and sheets and offers many different ways of being used and demonstrates the architectural background of the German deisgner.

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'H57' by Richard Lampert

'H57' by Richard Lampert

The German manufacturer Richard Lampert realised another piece of the architect and Bauhaus student Herbert Hirche. This time it is the armchair ‘H 57′ which Hirche designed for the architectural exhibition ‘Interbau’ in Berlin in 1957. Within this exhibition the famous ‘Hansaviertel’ was realised in former West-Berlin, with buildings by architects such as Oscar Niemeyer, Walter Gropius and Arne Jacobsen.

The ‘H57′ did not go into production at that time.

'H57' by Richard Lampert

'H57' by Richard Lampert

Visit Richard Lampert at this year’s imm cologne in Halle 11.2 Stand J 10 with a booth designed by Eric Degenhardt.

'H57' by Richard Lampert

'H57' by Richard Lampert

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‘Prater’ by Marco Dessí for Richard Lampert

The Hansaviertel Project in Berlin by Gisbert Poeppler (DE)

‘life in the city of tomorrow’, a documentary by Marian Engel

'Prater' by Marco Dessì

'Prater' by Marco Dessì

The ‘Prater’ chair by the Austrian Designer Marco Dessí demonstrates how worthwhile a comparatively low-priced material like multiplex plates can be applied. With the soft round shape of the seat and the backrest, the dark glue between the veneer layers appears like a topographic line and creates a corresponding pattern.

The construction of the chair is easy to understand and therefore very attractive. All elements are either bent or cut out in an optimal shape so the number of joints is minimal.

A topographic pattern

A topographic pattern

more Richard Lampert products @ Architonic