"E15 stands for consistent, progressive design coupled with high-grade materials and innovative, handcrafted production methods. As a quality modern brand that caters to a global home and contract market, e15 furniture maintains a comprehensive approach to interiors, offering a distinct product that is compatible with diverse environments. In close cooperation with a coterie of designers, architects and artists, e15 furniture develops original products and supports artistic statements, which reflect the brand’s philosophy and its open approach to diverse cultures and disciplines. Beyond the renowned use of solid wood, the company features an extensive range of refined materials and finishes. E15 furniture works with selected workshops in Europe and adheres to environmental acceptability as an integral element of its products. Our favourite e15 furniture has to be the Bigfoot table and the e15 Enoki tables."
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 Alex Nest of 3 Table's designed by Philippe Alleays for e15 in 1993
Alex, the stackable tables by e15 consist of a solid wood top and three firmly connected legs. The three different sizes can be stacked on top of each other and come as a set of 3, very flexible and useful piece of furniture. Alex can also be used as stools. The top is 30 mm thick and is available in European Oak or European Walnut.
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 Backenzahn designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1996
Considered a design classic, the Backenzahn has become an identifying icon for e15 and is part of several permanent exhibitions in Museums. With its four identical legs made of solid wood the stool or table gives a strong impression. The legs taper downward with two deliberate incisions. The slightly concave seat provides sitting comfort in the stool version and Backenzahn can also be supplied with a flat top to be used as a side table. Available as a stool or side table in two different colours - European Oak or European Walnut. The splits and imperfections of the wood are a characteristic of this iconic product.
e15 Basso Coffee Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1996
Basso is a simplistic design that is available in two different sizes and is made from 40 mm solid wood. The brackets that join the table underneath are set back and therefore are not readily visible. The corner joints offer a distinctive e15 design detail, where the 40 mm thick top is milled to half of its thickness at the ends which the sides then fit into. Available in European Oak Oiled.
e15 Berta Coffee Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1996
Berta by e15 is made of a 40 mm thick top with four legs intersecting it at the corners exposing the end grain of the solid wood. Cracks and natural imperfections in the wood only add to the design of Berta. Due to constructive reasons the top of the two bigger versions is manufactured with a 5 mm gap along the centre to allow for movement of the solid wood. Berta is available in 3 different sizes and is finished in European Oak Oiled.
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 Calle Bench designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2002
Calle by e15 is a solid wood bench that consists of a contoured seat, two sides flushed with the seat and a support beam underneath. The top surface tapers toward the middle to allow comfortable sitting. The wood for the bench is 40 mm thick, the seat consists of three boards. This bench combines well with any of the e15 tables but especially Bigfoot and Ponte. Calle comes in 2 different colour options - European Oak Oiled or European Walnut Oiled.
e15 Drei Side Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2007
Drei the glass side table by e15, composed of four slabs of coloured glass, adds a delicate lightness and sense of colour to any interior. The table’s straightforward shape and the different ways it can be used make reference to the reduced forms of modernism such as Bauhaus furniture. Drei can be used in two different positions and can serve as a side table, storage unit, bedside table or newspaper stand. It is made of 10 mm thick, solid-coloured glass. Drei is available in smoke grey or dark blue.
e15 Enoki Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2011
With Enoki, e15 introduces marble to its collection. Cleverly toying with material, colour and dimensions, the versatile tables are available in combinations of rich marble, wood and coloured steel. Enoki is available in two different diameters and heights with a 30 mm thick top, which are combined with harmonising or contrasting coloured steel bases in subtle or unusual combinations. In addition to other interesting combinations, pure shades of all white or black for the entire table are also available. Enoki is a very versatile and unusual table available in 24 different combinations.
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 Farah Sideboard designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 1999
Farah is made from solid wood and brushed stainless steel legs and is available in two heights and two different lengths. The body is 2 cm thick, containing grooves milled into the door panels to absorb the tension of the solid wood material. Aluminium strips inserted inside the door panels ensure further stability, enabling a solid wooden front structure without a visible supporting frame. The front panels have an end-to-end handle across the top inner edge. The base is made of brushed stainless steel and the edges are mitrepolished. Each Farah sideboard includes one shelf made of solid wood. One adjustable foot facilitates levelling of the sideboard. Farah features soft close doors and comes in European Oak or European Walnut.
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 Habibi Table designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15 in 2008
The Habibi tray table is reminiscent of ornately detailed oriental tea services. The Habibi is available in polished brass, copper and stainless steel. Each Habibi table is entirely unique, handmade and truly stunning. Each table is spun and polished by hand. Untreated by chemicals, natural oxidation processes create a beautiful patina over time, unless interrupted by applying conventional metal polishes. Habibi is available in 3 different sizes. The top of Habibi can be used as a tray.