Acclamied British architect David Chipperfield designs a family of simplistic tables for German Brand E15.

E15 along with acclaimed British architect David Chipperfield debuts a collection of solid wood furniture at this years installment of the Milan Furniture Fair this past spring.

Photography: © Ingmar Kurth

DC01_FAYLAND_oak_white_pigmented_DC02_FAWLEY_oak_white_pigmented_CM05_HABIBI_detail - Copy - CopyOriginally conceived for an architectural project in the English countryside, the FAYLAND table, features simplistic wood planks with a clear structural concept. The line is completed with the addition the solid wood family for e15 with the FAWLEY bench and LANGLEY stool.

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DC01_FAYLAND_walnut_CH04_HOUDINI_CM05_HABIBI - Copy - CopyMade of solid wood, the construction details are at the core of its refined design: a horizontal bar with a center support provides stability while the table ends overlap the frame, providing additional seating space.

DC01_FAYLAND_oak_white_pigmented_CM04_HOUDINI_detailIn addition to European walnut and solid oak in oiled or white pigmented surfaces, e15 also offers a black version, which elegantly highlights the silhouette of the table, bench and stool.

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DC01_FAYLAND_oak_white_pigmented_DC02_FAWLEY_oak_white_pigmented_CM05_HABIBI (4) - Copy - CopyFayland table + Langley Benches e15

DC01_FAYLAND_oak_oiled_DC02_FAWLEY_oak_oiled_CH04_HOUDINI - Copy - CopyFayland table in 145" length 

DC02_FAWLEY_oak_oiledThe Fawley Bench in oiled oak.

David Chipperfield is an acclaimed British architect who has been recognized with numerous international awards and honors. Founded in 1985, David Chipperfield Architects is a leading global architectural practice with offices in London, Berlin, Milan and Shanghai. Chosen as the architect for the rebuilding of the Neues Museum in Berlin, which reopened in 2009 to critical acclaim, he was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and in 2010 he was knighted for services to architecture in the UK and Germany. 

DC03_LANGLEY_oak_oiled (2)The Langley stool in oiled oak.....

DC03_LANGLEY_oak_black_stained_CM04_ITOThe Langley side table in black oak....

Fayland House in Buckinghamshire, 2009-2013, Design: David Chipperfield Architects, London 

A glimpse into the project that the furniture was originally designed for.  The home is located in Buckinghamshire on the English countryside.The single-story house is embedded in the landscape facing the views. An expansive loggia stretches across the whole width of the building and meet between the private interior space. The main living spaces open onto the loggia, while the guest rooms, further into the house, open onto smaller courtyards. All the courtyards differ in character and provide close contact with nature as opposed to the long-distance views into the valley from the main living quarters.

Images courtesy of e15

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