A few weeks after the fair, we look back on our presence at Salone del Mobile, which took place from 18 to 23 April 2023 in Milan. Eventful days are behind us and we would like to thank everyone who visited our stand. If you did not have the opportunity to see our presentation on site, you can find some impressions below.
At Salone del Mobile e15 introduced GALERIE, a table by David Chipperfield, the 2023 Laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. e15 also showcased a distinct group of side tables – KAISA in glass by Annabelle Klute and HEIJI in lacquered plywood by Philipp Mainzer.
An expressive selection of textiles from Dedar is offered for the upholstery collection. Eccentric patterns and colours in combination with e15 settings accentuate an intriguing beauty in modern compositions. A simple and striking architecture for the stand was designed by Philipp Mainzer and scenes art directed by Farah Ebrahimi.
GALERIE BY DAVID CHIPPERFIELD
In 2012 David Chipperfield Architects were commissioned to restore the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, an icon of twentieth-century architecture by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, built from 1963 to 1968. Table GALERIE was originally designed for the café of the Neue Nationalgalerie. The table’s slim and elongated outline reiterates the pure and striking character of the iconic building. In play with proportions
GALERIE is scaled in small, medium and large with corresponding tabletops offered with short or extended overhangs. The modest and elegant structure of the table is reinforced with custom metal hardware, allowing for stability and the extended length of the overhangs. Made of solid oak, GALERIE is available with oiled finish or black lacquered.
HEIJI BY PHILIPP MAINZER
Inspired by simple and essential Japanese forms, side table HEIJI by Philipp Mainzer is scaled in small and medium sizes and can be arranged to display intriguing open or closed sides. Offered in orange, cream and black lacquered plywood, HEIJI is a charming and functional side table that serves in various combinations for lounge and sleeping areas.
KAISA BY ANNABELLE KLUTE
Inspired by Art Deco jewelry and industrial glass developments of the time, side tables KAISA illustrate sculptural elegance with abstractions in faceted and linear forms. Designed by industrial designer and goldsmith Annabelle Klute, KAISA side tables are scaled in small and medium sizes and are offered in black, mirrored and brown glass. Exploring different combinations and gradients of translucency, KAISA presents a distinct character from each angle, drawing the eye to perceptive details and reflections.