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Platz Table

c. 2012

by Jörg Schellmann
for e15

Platz Table

by Jörg Schellmann
for  e15

or Call to Order

The Platz Table, an exquis­ite creation by Jörg Schell­mann for e15, where design sparks intrigue at first glance. The table features a capti­vat­ing diag­o­nal that bisects the space beneath, adding an enig­matic touch to its aesthetic.

Crafted with metic­u­lous atten­tion to detail, the Platz Table show­cases a frame with visible solid wood dowel construc­tion in 2″ thick north­ern Euro­pean oak, avail­able in both oiled and white pigmented wax finishes.

The table is offered in seven stan­dard recti­lin­ear sizes, with three of the most popular options high­lighted here, all priced in the oiled finish. For those seeking inno­va­tion, Platz also offers two taller versions designed for use with stools, provid­ing a flex­i­ble seating solu­tion that complements chairs.

Schell­man­n’s vision extends to Sitz, a bench that shares a similar and syner­gis­tic aesthetic with Platz, offer­ing a seam­less pairing for your space. Both pieces are avail­able sepa­rately, allow­ing you to curate a harmo­nious and sophisticated environment.

For a compre­hen­sive view of addi­tional finishes, options, and their asso­ci­ated pricing, please don’t hesi­tate to contact us at 800.886.0867.

Expe­ri­ence the allure of Platz, where form and func­tion unite in elegance, creat­ing a truly remark­able center­piece for your space.


Jörg Schellmann


Born in 1944, Jörg Schellmann is a German furniture designer and the owner of an art publishing company. Inspired to make art affordable to all, Schellmann opened his first gallery in Munich in 1969; creating a place that featured prints of many great artists, including Christo, Jenny Holzer, Cindy Sherman, and Andy Warhol. As the owner and publisher of Schellmann Art, he focused on elevating the notoriety of furniture and designers. In 2008, he developed his own furniture design company, where he featured both the work of other designers as well as his own pieces. His design work is most influenced by industrial and commercial objects, often exposing the construction elements and embracing simplicity.

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