Room dividers always help in the demarcation of a space  and contribute to the general aesthetics as well. The Eiermann screen stresses on both form and function and has an riveting design past . Originally designed in 1968 by Egon Eiermann for dividing the  entrance hall and the conference rooms at the German Parliament, this one is steeped in history. Now since 2010, the screen is manufactured again in small quantities by Richard Lampert and the frame has been made from Douglas Fir and the panel from  white lacquered MDF. Measuring 274w x 30d x 172.5cmh, the Eiermann screen  can be purchased online from twentytwentone .

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