In Milan German brand e15 debuted its first ever collection of lighting, three products by German designer JÃ¶rg Schellmann and a collection of elegant and functional accessories for dining and living.
Consisting of five distinct lighting families that cater to both the residential and contract markets, the e15 lighting collection features enduring designs, quality constructions and energy efficient LED technology.
Emitting beautiful atmospheric light, North is a series of simple folded floor, table, pendant and wall lights designed by Hamburg-based design duo eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau.
Minimalism, geometry and transparency combine in the layered Colour lamp by Norwegian designers Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik.
Made of firmly bonded, folded sheet aluminum, the sculptural design of the Seam light series by Mark Holmes has been reduced to its bare essentials so as to bring focus to the light itself. Seam is available as a floor, table and wall light.
Designed by Michael Raasch, the Palo series includes floor and table lamps. The slim cylindrical diffuser simply slides onto the linear stand while the visible cord lends a casual feel to its otherwise precise form.
Also designed by Michael Raasch, the Span pendant lamp radiates plentiful light suitable for dining or working. Balanced by two suspension points, the unique X-shaped extruded aluminum frame is made exclusively for e15 and incorporates a diffuser.
In addition to the new lighting collections, e15 has also introduced three products by German designer JÃ¶rg Schellmann called Platz, Sitz and Profil. Made form solid wood, the Platz table and Sitz bench complement e15's range of working and dining solutions. A diagonal bar dominates the form and character of Platz and Sitz whilst guaranteeing high stability and formal distinctness.
With Profil e15 presents a sculptural shelf with elegant storage and display possibilities. The design is made in one piece using an extrusion process so that the design has a fixed cross-sectional profile.
Designed by architect Philipp Mainzer and designers Mark Braun and Jan Philip Holler, the e15 accessories collection includes everyday products such as cutting boards, trays and bowls made from hand finished solid wood and marble.
For more information visit www.e15.com
About the manufacturer: Named after the postal code of its first workshop in London, German furniture brand e15 was co-founded in 1995 by architect Philipp Mainzer. Represented in over 40 countries across the globe, e15 works with selected workshops and a coterie of designers, architects and artists in Europe to produce modern furniture that caters to a global home and contract market. In addition to the furniture collection, e15 works with PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN to provide architectural and interior design services, realising projects on an international scale.