The armchair BYRON with its clear lines and distinctive armrests resembles a modern take on a classic smoking chair.
The solid wood bed MO is an original and iconic e15 design, representing e15’s distinct and enduring design aesthetic.
The iconic side table ENOKI by Philipp Mainzer is introduced in all metal, highlighting its essential and minimal form.
TANK is a sculptural bar stool and the first design by David Thulstrup for e15.
A sculpted silhouette evoking ease and monumentality signifies sofa KERMAN which strikes a balance between elegant repose and modernist sensibilities.
The iconic table HIROKI by Philipp Mainzer is introduced in all metal, highlighting its essential and minimal form.
Kilim ZET is a graphically poignant and chromatically striking design that captures the spirit of 1920s New Objectivity.
HIROKI is a sculptural dining table made of rich marble in combination with a harmonising or contrasting coloured steel base.
Charlotte is the second from a series of coffee tables, designed in 1951 by German functionalist architect Ferdinand Kramer during his time in America.
Inspired by Suprematist compositions, table KAZIMIR by Philipp Mainzer features a bold mix of geometric forms and materials.
CALVERT is from a series of coffee tables, designed in 1951 by German functionalist architect Ferdinand Kramer® during his time in America.
With the smart and playful side tables ENOKI, e15 introduces marble for the collection, applying it to novel form.
Originally conceived for an architectural project in the English countryside, table FAYLAND features the pure use of material and a clear design language, which are shared aesthetics of e15 and Dav
The side chair HOUDINI is the basis of the iconic chair family designed by Stefan Diez.
The deceptively simple side chair THIS illustrates e15's key philosophy in exposing and featuring elements essential to the construction of a product.