Set of 6 black SE18 folding chairs designed in 1952 by Egon Eiermann for Wilde+Spieth.

An extremely functional chair that requires very little space.

This light weight solid folding chair has become a part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York underlining its importance as a design object.

The SE18 Folding chair won The Good Design Award at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1953 and the silver medal at the Triennale in Milan in 1954.

Eiermann was inspired by Eames and known for his functional and minimalist furniture designs.
One of his most famous designs is the Eiermann Table, but he also created other furniture pieces, including chairs.

Egon Eiermann’s approach to design emphasized simplicity, functionality, and clean lines. His furniture often reflects the principles of modernism and Bauhaus design.

High-quality materials, such as steel and wood, were often used in Eiermann’s furniture designs, ensuring durability and longevity.

Stained black beech.

W52 – D43 – H77 – SH46

Weight 5 kg