Presenting the Fariba Sideboard from e15, a timeless creation by Philipp Mainzer, crafted between 1999 to 2002 as part of an elegant series of storage pieces. Each piece in this collection is a celebration of the aesthetic beauty of solid wood, meticulously brought to life through the precise arrangement of the material’s natural grain and striations. The Fariba Sideboard not only offers practical storage but also serves as a sculptural focal point in any interior where it resides.
The Fariba Sideboard is composed of .75″ thick solid wood, featuring two or three door panels ingeniously engineered with unseen milled grooves and aluminum strips, ensuring stability without the need for visible support frames. Behind these doors, you’ll discover thoughtfully organized storage spaces, including small and large areas. The small area is concealed behind a single front panel door, while the large area is tucked behind two front panel doors. Each storage area is further subdivided with a shelf for added functionality.
To complement the wood composition, the simple rectilinear base frame is crafted from .75″ thick squared tubular brushed stainless steel, beautifully mitered at 45 degrees to create four right angles, enhancing the overall aesthetic.
The Fariba Sideboard is available in two sizes in your choice of northern European oiled oak or walnut. To explore finish options and discover the perfect fit for your space, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 800.886.0867.
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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