e15 design furniture that celebrates essential forms. Named after the London postcode where their first workshop was based, the company has since relocated to Frankfurt and are now one of Germany's most celebrated design brands.
Known best for their pioneering use of solid wood, e15's Bigfoot Table is the perfect embodiment of their philosophy, its geometric lines softened by the natural markings and characteristics of solid oak and walnut. The company soon embraced working with other materials such as precious metals, marble and bold colours as seen in the Enoki and Habibi coffee tables.
Over the years their collection has grown, encompassing not just furniture but accessories and lighting too. Under the creative influence of Art Director Farah Ebrahimi and Co-founder Philipp Mainzer they continue to produce innovative, considered products with genuine appeal.
Viaduct has worked with the company since their earliest days. We were first to show their work in London back in the mid-nineties, and in our capacity as their UK agent have launched each subsequent collection here at our showroom ever since.
We are the official UK & Ireland agent for e15. If you are a retailer and are interested in selling the collection please contact us for more information.
Originally designed in 1926 by Stuttgart-based designer and architect Richard Herre is the re-edition of the Stuttgart Chair from e15.
Recently rediscovered, the 1926 design of the Stuttgart Chair by German designer Richard Herre exhibits a pure and geometric structure.
The e15 Aswan Stool is a fusion of Egyptian revival and modernist sensibilities, designed by acclaimed architect Ferdinand Kramer.
Add interest to your upholstery with e15's Nima Cushion, available in a wide range of upholstery to perfectly match your tastes.
A modern take on a classic form, the Bessy Lounge chair is an elegant fusion of plywood and upholstery, designed by Stefan Diez.
The Farah Sideboard from e15 elegantly combines solid wood and steel to create a considered and practical storage solution for the home.
Designed by David Chipperfield for e15, the Basis Rectangular Table showcases traditional techniques combined with a modern, timeless design.
Strong and sturdy but with a flexible approach to its design, the Basis Round High Table by David Chipperfield for e15.
Sculptural form and striking colourways combine to create the minimal aesthetic of the Hiroki Metal Dining Table by e15.
With its generous planes and harmonious proportions, Ashida is a generous solid wood table inspired by Japanese carpentry.
Part of the Ashida collection, the design showcases refined simplicity combined with the thoughtful use of natural materials.
A contemporary interpretation of a traditional Moroccan tea table, the Habibi gets its name from the Arabic word meaning 'friend', or 'beloved'.
Calvert is colourful, collapsible coffee table from Ferdinand Kramer's "Knock Down" collection with a playful chess design to celebrate the designer's 120th birthday.