Born in Germany, Philipp Mainzer studied product design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and architecture at the Architectural Association in London. In 1995, Philipp Mainzer co-founded the furniture brand e15, named after the Hackney postal code in which he produced early designs including the Bigfoot table.
Having established the progressive, enduring philosophy and unique branding of e15, he has received international awards for many of his designs. Many of which are identifying icons for e15 and part of several permanent exhibitions in museums globally. Parallel to the creation of e15, Philipp Mainzer practised architecture in New York and continues to do so since his return to Germany in 2001.
Sculptural form and striking colourways combine to create the minimal aesthetic of the Hiroki Metal Dining Table by e15.
A contemporary interpretation of a traditional Moroccan tea table, the Habibi gets its name from the Arabic word meaning 'friend', or 'beloved'.
Part of e15's Ponte series by Philipp Mainzer, this wooden high table presents a sturdy and familiar form.
With its generous planes and harmonious proportions, Ashida is a generous solid wood table inspired by Japanese carpentry.
The Farah Sideboard from e15 elegantly combines solid wood and steel to create a considered and practical storage solution for the home.
Backenzahn is a charismatic solid wood stool/side table that has come to be considered an e15 icon.