For the 6th edition of Le Cabinet de Curiosités de Thomas Erber in Paris, e15 introduces the ENOKI MIGOTO side tables designed by e15 co-founder Philipp Mainzer made from solid honed Indian Verde Vaneeka and Belgian Gris Ardennes marble.
Taking place from 23 November to 24 December 2015 across three different Paris locations, Le Cabinet de Curiosités curated by Thomas Erber showcases unique or limited pieces and curiosities from the fields of art, design, fashion as well as watch making, travel, photography, gastronomy, music, film and literature, especially created for this occasion.
ENOKI MIGOTO is presented in two diameters and heights, highlighting traditional manufacturing methods and e15’s enduring design aesthetic. The ENOKI MIGOTO side tables by Philipp Mainzer are exclusive and refined objects.
With a strong foundation in architecture and design, Philipp Mainzer co-founded e15 in 1995 and established a progressive, enduring philosophy and unique furniture brand. He received international awards for many of his designs which are part of several museum collections. Today, Philipp Mainzer is creative and managing director of e15 as well as his architecture office PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN.
Thomas Erber is founder of Le Cabinet de Curiosités and consultant for renowned brands such as Bally, Pernod-Ricard and BMW. Since its first edition in 2010, Le Cabinet de Curiosités has been taking place in a different country each year. For its 6th anniversary, Le Cabinet de Curiosités returns to its place of origin, Paris.
Le Cabinet de Curiosités de Thomas Erber
40, rue de Richelieu – 75001 Paris
213, rue Saint-Honoré – 75001 Paris
7, rue du Bourg L’Abbé – 75003 Paris
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