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Bigfoot Table

c. 1994

by Philipp Mainzer
for e15

The Bigfoot table designed by Philipp Mainzer features a 1.6” solid wood top firmly mounted to the wooden support frame. The top is made of seven to eight boards (depend­ing upon the depth selected). The table legs are massive – 5.25” square each – and are from wood harvested from the center of the tree that features the wonder­fully enig­matic arrange­ment of annual growth rings.

The juxta­po­si­tion of the grain of the hori­zon­tal boards with the spec­tac­u­larly irreg­u­lar growth rings of the post legs is just extra­or­di­nary. Given all of the unique natural char­ac­ter­is­tics of the wood used, let alone how the mate­r­ial is assem­bled, each Bigfoot table is resultingly unique. 

Bigfoot is avail­able in a choice of north­ern Euro­pean oiled oak or walnut and features a 1.6” solid wood top firmly mounted to the wooden support frame. While we have selected three of the most popular sizes, Bigfoot is avail­able in eight recti­lin­ear sizes – each size is avail­able with a depth of 36.25” or 41.25”. The table is offered in a square version as well. To review finish options and explore pricing for any of the other stan­dard sizes, please call us at 800.886.0867.

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Philipp Mainzer

Germany (1969)

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 he 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, Mainzer practiced 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 German Design Council and regularly gives lectures on architecture, design, and branding.

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