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With the smart and playful Enoki (a type of Japanese mushroom) side tables by e15, Architect Philipp Mainzer combines power-coated metal with natural marbles, applying it to a novel form. Cleverly toying with material, colour and dimensions, the versatile side tables are presented in a large range of rich marble and coloured steel combinations.

Constructed from a 30mm thick marble tabletop and a powder-coated steel base with a fitted felt ring to avoid scratching the floor, the Enoki Side Table is perfectly proportioned and balanced. Its bold yet sculptural form is stable and the aesthetic versatility allows it to blend into any room of the house no matter the rest of your interiors. The Enoki Side Table can be used as a stand-alone table or combined at different heights to create a unique composition.

CT09 Enoki Side Table

CT09 Enoki Side Table

by e15

Regular price $914.00 USD
Regular price $1,075.00 USD Sale price $914.00 USD
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
D 40 cm / H 40 cm - Tabletop Diameter: 40 cm, Base Diameter: 21.9 cm, Height: 40 cm
D 55 cm / H 30 cm - Tabletop Diameter: 55 cm, Base Diameter: 32.4 cm, Height: 30 cm
D 55 cm / H 60 cm - Tabletop Diameter: 55 cm, Base Diameter: 32.4 cm, Height: 60 cm
D 70 cm / H 35 cm - Tabletop Diameter: 70 cm, Base Diameter: 40.6 cm, Height: 35 cm
D 70 cm / H 60 cm - Tabletop Diameter: 70 cm, Base Diameter: 32.4 cm, Height: 60 cm

Delivered as two pieces and requires assembly.

The highest table (D 70 / H 60 cm) has been tested and approved for stability by TÜV (Technical Inspection Association). 

Materials/Construction

Tabletop - Oiled marble, walnut and oak
Base - Powder coated steel

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With the smart and playful Enoki (a type of Japanese mushroom) side tables by e15, Architect Philipp Mainzer combines power-coated metal with natural marbles, applying it to a novel form. Cleverly toying with material, colour and dimensions, the versatile side tables are presented in a large range of rich marble and coloured steel combinations.

Constructed from a 30mm thick marble tabletop and a powder-coated steel base with a fitted felt ring to avoid scratching the floor, the Enoki Side Table is perfectly proportioned and balanced. Its bold yet sculptural form is stable and the aesthetic versatility allows it to blend into any room of the house no matter the rest of your interiors. The Enoki Side Table can be used as a stand-alone table or combined at different heights to create a unique composition.

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    Philipp Mainzer

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    Philipp Mainzer

    Born in Germany, Philipp Mainzer studied product design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and architecture at the Architectural Association both in London. In 1995, Philipp Mainzer co-founded the modern furniture brand e15. Having established the progressive, enduring philosophy and unique branding of e15, he has received international awards for many of his designs, which are identifying icons for e15 and part of several permanent exhibitions in museums. Parallel to the creation of e15, Philipp Mainzer practised architecture in New York and continues to do so since his return to Germany in 2001.

    He is a member of the executive committee of the German Design Council and regularly gives lectures on architecture, design...