Disparate glass components combine to sculptural effect in e15's Colour Floor Light
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A collaborative design from Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, this theatrical piece is made not only of multiple components but of multiple objects. Each geometric panel is an individual element, with two coloured glass slabs and a circular disc fitted with a permanent light source.
The three parts rest unfixed to the wall, allowing you the freedom to arrange the light however you please. The result is almost infinite possibilities to create different effects and sensations of light. Please note that the glass has bevelled edges and is highly sensitive due to its free-standing composition.
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. ..
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