Raft NA2 Dining Table designed by Norm for &Tradition in 2011
Raft NA2 Dining table is a very organic dining table. The inspiration behind the Raft Dining Table is the roughness of Maritime corroded wood ageing with beauty. The designers Norm have taken a modern Scandinavian approach to create a unique piece of furniture that combines simplistic purity with a discreetly aged look. The sandblasted surface of the table legs, accentuate the structure of the wood, while the triple legs have the playful appearance of a living creature in motion. Available in 2 different finishes, Black with Black Ash or White with Natural Oak.
e15 Alden Dining Table designed by Ferdinand Kramer for e15 in 1942 (re-issued in 2012)
The Alden table from the "Knock-Down“ series by Ferdinand Kramer® is a distinctive example of the well-proportioned and constructive finesse of his designs. Part of a furniture series for inside and outside designed during his time in America in the early 1940s, Alden captivates with the balance between the 30 mm thick tabletop and the connecting V-shaped legs. Depending on the length of the tabletop, the spacing between the V-legs shifts and the tabletop extends further on each side to optimise seating space. Alden is especially suited as a dining table for diverse interiors. Alden by e15 is available in European Oak Oiled or European Oak White Pigmented Waxed.
e15 Anna Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2009
In reference to the table Anton e15 presents Anna, the round version of the graceful table. Reduced to its essence in form and material, the round Anna also designed by Philipp Mainzer, has a 20 mm thin table top in European Oak Oiled, Black or White stained Oak or European Walnut and is available in two diameters - 130cm or 160cm. Anna works as an elegant dining table that suits all interiors, commercial or residential. With Anna's thin diameter, the four table legs are fitted to the furthest possible engaged subframe underneath the table to offer the possibility of non-restrictive seating for up to six or eight places accordingly.
e15 Anton Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2005
The Anton table by e15 illustrates an uncompromising focus on the essentials with regards to material and form. The table top has been constructed using 8 solid wood planks and is only 20 mm thick. The walnut tabletop is build out of 11 planks. The legs come in either powder-coated steel (Black or White) or brushed stainless steel (Oak and Walnut). Available in various sizes, the colour combinations available are Oak or Walnut top with brushed stainless steel legs or Black or White top (lacquered wood) with Black or White legs.
e15 Bigfoot Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1994
Considered a design classic, the BIGFOOT™ has become an identifiable icon for e15. The table top is made up of seven or eight 40 mm thick boards. The solid wood legs always include the centre of the tree. The square legs measure 135 x 135 mm and intersect with the table top featuring the end grain with its annual rings. During the seasoning of solid wood, the legs form their characteristic cracks, which make every table unique and is considered a characteristic of the table. Bigfoot is a table which will age well and develop its own patina with time and lends itself to both formal and informal dining occasions. Available in European Oak or European Walnut in many different sizes.
e15 Fabian Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1998
The solid wood top of Fabian finishes flush with the brushed stainless steel frame, giving a great contrast between the 2 raw materials. A 5 mm gap in the middle of the top allows the solid wood to move depending on room temperature and humidity. A traditional dovetail joint, visible on both sides of the top, delivers additional stability and aesthetic appeal. Available in European Oak or European Walnut in many different sizes.
e15 Frankfurt Dining Table designed by Ferdinand Kramer for e15 in 1959
The iconic Frankfurt table by Ferdinand Kramer® is an especially significant example of his progressive and enduring designs, which surpass through their simplicity and function. Designed in 1959 as part of the “Knock-Down” series for the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt, the precise form with the signature corner detail accentuates the unique character of the table. The triangle-connection is an equally stabilising factor. With a powder-coated MDF tabletop or lacquered oak-veneered the re-edition offers a variety of finishes. The sub frame is made from powder-coated steel, and is available in 10 different colour versions. Frankfurt is ideally suited as a working desk, conference or dining table.
e15 Jack Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2007
Jack by e15 is made of solid wood and follows the tradition of the E15 furniture classics. It adopts the silhouette of the well-known table Bigfoot, yet plays with its proportions and reveals a strong, independent design highlighting the interaction with material and surface. The oak table is available in European Oak and a white stain, thus adding a completely new appearance to the E15 collection. Its perfectly balanced proportions and characteristic surfaces make the table an independent object that radiates solidity and elegance. At the same time, its archetypal shape of a table makes Jack by e15 a particularly adaptable piece of furniture, capable of being integrated in the most diverse living or working environment.
e15 Japan Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1994
Japan is another example by e15 of the beauty of wood. The two legs of Japan by e15 are connected by means of a board that runs centrally between them for structural stability. The table top, bracket and legs, are made of 40 mm thick solid wood. The top is additionally reinforced with steel profiles. A stunning table perfect for home or office environment. Japan by e15 comes in a European Oak Oiled finish.
e15 Jack Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2007
As an evolution of the classic Bigfoot e15 presents a new version in London. The legs and table top each have an impressive solid wood thickness of 60 mm which exude strength and modernity resulting in a pleasing and calm harmony of the proportions. Compared to the Bigfoot table, London is designed without a frame and the cracks in the table’s legs are filled, which add to the table’s refined appearance. London is available in European Oak Oiled and in many different lengths and widths.
e15 Madame Lillie Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1996
Madame Lillie is a beautiful dining table that consists of a 30 mm wooden top. The square legs intersect with the table top featuring the end grain of the tree with its annual rings. As opposed to the table BIGFOOT TM these legs do not include the centre of the tree and therefore do not show large cracks. Available in European Oak or European Walnut in many different sizes. Madame Lillie by e15 looks great coupled with Design classic chair's such as DSR, DSW by Vitra or Masters Chair by Kartell.
e15 Ponte Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1994
Ponte by e15 is one of their first designs and a real classic. As we have come to expect from the German company e15, the corner joints of Ponte offer a distinctive e15 design detail, where the top is milled to half of its thickness at the ends which the sides then fit into. The table top and sides of Ponte by e15 are each made of seven solid wood boards 40 mm thick. Two supporting beams set back beneath the table top provide stability. The Ponte table is especially suitable as a dining table or a working or conference table, and alongside the e15 office aluminium products provides all the required functions required. Ponte is available in European Oak or European Walnut and many different lengths and widths.
e15 Tondo Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2002
Tondo is the round version of the popular design classic Bigfoot table by e15. It is made of a 40 mm thick circular top intersected by three legs featuring the end grain of the solid wood. This unique detail features the annual rings and the natural cracks from the seasoning of the wood and is a characteristic of the table design. Table top and legs are connected by a wooden bracket. The top has a diameter of 1600 mm, accommodating 6-9 people. Available in European Oak Oiled.
e15 Zehn Dining Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2010
Zehn has through the complete reduction to its geometric form, a sculptural and eye catching appearance. Due to its simple middle leg, which dependent on the length of the table, is symmetrically positioned underneath the table top on the 300cm version and asymmetrically on the 240cm version. The table top and leg is solid wood with a thickness of 40 mm. Its reduced form enables the table to suit various interiors as a conference or dining table. Zehn offers seating for up to eight people with the 240cm version and up to ten people with the 300cm version. Zehn is available in oiled European oak and 2 different sizes.
BA table designed by Ernest Race in 1955 for Race Furniture
The BA table was designed to work alongside the beautiful upholstered BA3 dining chairs using the same style of cast aluminium legs and a laminated plywood top. Many sizes and finishes are available on request.