Square Office Pedestal / 50% off at £495

Square Office Pedestal / 50% off at £495

Designer: Philipp Mainzer
Manufacturer: e15 furniture
Was £990 inc.vat
Now £495

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Please note all prices are excluding any additional costs which may be imposed by UK customs and/or any regulatory change, in relation to furniture entering the UK after 01-01-2019.

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Product Story

Designed specifically with office storage in mind, the Square pedestal from e15 has a considered construction in durable aluminium.

Two removable pencil trays on the top conceal a storage space, while the forward-facing opening can house up to five standard files, with a powder-coated Signal White finish that blends with most office interiors.

Built on four castors, the Square Office Pedestal is conveniently portable and has a carefully considered height that allows it to slide neatly under the desk. Deceptively spacious and sleekly constructed, it is a practical and understated addition to the workspace.

Please note that ex-display pieces may show some signs of wear. This item is sold as seen and is therefore not available for online purchase. For more information please email websales@viaduct.co.uk or call our showroom on 020 7278 8456.

e15 furniture stands for consistent, progressive design coupled with high-grade materials and innovative, handcrafted production methods.

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 ...

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