Shelf. Partition. Minimalist.

Designed by Egon Eiermann in 1932 for the much-acclaimed ›The Growing House‹ exhibition in Berlin, the ›Eiermann Shelf‹ belongs to the archetypes of shelving design. A shelf that, like the home, can grow with the family. Different materials, an optional integrated cabinet and other accessories can be combined in various ways to match your needs and preferences.


Egon Eiermann, 1932

materialtubular steel ø 30 with feet
height2000 | 2380 mm (special heights available)
colourswhite (RAL 9010), black (RAL 9005), basalt grey (RAL 7012), stainless steel
wall fittings and shelf supports: stainless steel
materialmelamine, white white edge
solid oak, natural, lacquered silk-matt
length1400 mm | 1600 mm | 2000 mm
depth330 mm | 450 mm


1000 × 600 × 750 mm
frame white (RAL 9010), black (RAL 9005), basalt grey (RAL 7012)
table top melamine white (white edge) or solid oak, natural, lacquered silk-matt
Data sheet

Colors and materials


natural oak
melamine white


basalt grey (RAL 7012)
black (RAL 9005)
white (RAL 9010)
stainless steel



    left side or right side, steel, powder coated, reed green (RAL 6013), width 216 mm × height 181 mm


    steel, powder coated, cream (RAL 9001), width 216 mm × height 292 mm

  • DESK

    (for 2000 mm-wide shelves only) steel, powder coated, cream (RAL 9001) total width 930 mm, book rest width 430 mm

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