E15 New Lighting Collection
We all know e15 for their modest yet materially rich furniture range, but at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this year e15 debuted their new lighting range. With circular forms and clean lines, the style sits beautifully within e15’s bloodlines. The five new family members from this Nordic thinker could equally be hero pieces in an austere apartment or objects to behold in a Baroque palace.
Circular discs are joined at one point allowing an acute angle of light in ‘North’, designed by Eva Marguerre & Marcel Besau. The language of these spheres translates beautifully from table to standard to wall to pendant. Made with the lunar cycle in mind they appropriately come in white, yellow or brushed copper.
Anchored down with a Bianco Carrara or Nero Marquina base, ‘Palo’’s light disc slides vertically up its support pole, its cord cheekily trailing behind. This is one of Michael Raasch new designs for e15, the other is a more commercial fitting called ‘Span’. As its name suggests, it is a simple LED extruded fitting that comes in up to 3 metre lengths.
Mark Holmes has designed a modest table & wall lamp. ‘Seam’ is a no fuss little beauty made from three aluminum components bonded together to form rectangular light wells with visible joins. Still as relevant today as when it was first designed in 2003.
And the final masterminds in this illuminatus club are Daniel Rybakken & Andreas Engesvik whose ‘Colour’ lamp first hit the airwaves in 2010. This psychedelic architectural light is an artistic exploration of overlapping glass panels and light to form a small moment of wonder for any curator. It’s like watching a lunar eclipse from the comfort of your lounge room.
That’s six designers and five new bright forms for e15. Yes please.
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