CT09 Enoki side tables by
Philipp Mainzer for e15

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CT09 Enoki side tables by Philipp Mainzer for e15

Cologne 2012: German brand e15 presented these side tables that combine marble tops with coloured steel bases at trade fair imm cologne last week.

CT09 Enoki side tables by Philipp Mainzer for e15

Designed by architect and e15 founder Philipp Mainzer, the tables come in two different diametres and heights with white, brown or black marble.

CT09 Enoki side tables by Philipp Mainzer for e15

Watch an interview with Mainzer on Dezeen Screen and see all our stories about Cologne 2012 here.

Here's some more information from e15:


Evolving the main collection of premium furniture, e15 introduces a range of elegant and playful products designed by architect Philipp Mainzer. The new pieces feature refined materials and finishes reaching beyond the renowned use of solid wood for the collection.

SIDE TABLES CT09 ENOKI

With the smart and playful side tables CT09 ENOKI, e15 introduces marble for the collection, applying it to novel form for the ubiquitous side table. Cleverly toying with material, colour and dimensions, the versatile side tables are presented in combinations of rich marble and coloured steel. Available in two different diameters and heights, the CT09 ENOKI side tables are offered in white, brown or black marble table tops, which are combined with harmonising or contrasting co- loured steel bases in subtle or unusual combinations; honey yellow or nude coloured steel supports a brown marble top, a subtle mint green compliments a white Carrara top, or alternatively a neon red base highlights black or white marble tops, in addition to other interesting combinations, pure shades of all white or black for the entire table are also offered.

  • mic

    sorry, i cant help it, but is there any aesthetic quality in this? maybe i just cant see it. first thing that came into my mind when i saw this was http://www.redmeat.com/redmeat/1997-02-10/index-1

  • http://twitter.com/noemitejera @noemitejera

    on the other hand…i love it! there's something about its geometry that reminds me of brancussi's work. It hits me so hard that it blows my mind.