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Nota Cabinet

c. 2013

by Elisabeth Lux
for e15

Nota Cabinet

by Elisabeth Lux
for e15

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The Nota cabinet is a tall, shallow storage piece. The front door pulls down to become a writing or work desk and reveals a well-orga­nized arrange­ment of hori­zon­tal and verti­cal compart­ments for storage includ­ing space for a note­book or tablet power supply. The front panel features a propri­etary hinge that elegantly brakes when it is pulled down to func­tion as a surface. The Nota cabinet has a rela­tively small recti­lin­ear foot­print which makes it ideal for use in inte­ri­ors where a desk is desired yet space is at a premium.

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Elisabeth Lux

Germany

After her studies of painting and sculpture in Canada, Elisabeth Lux studied architecture at the Berlin University of Arts. Later, she founded “Architektursalon Elvira” together with Martin Wiedermann, and lectured at the Technische Universität Berlin in the department of architecture. Since 1998, Lux has worked as a freelance artist and designer. In 2003 she founded the design studio “Oehringlux” in collaboration with Frank Oehring. Elisabeth Lux has carried out several exhibition projects and worked with numerous manufacturers like Anta, Pastoe, and e15. Her iconic designs are characterized by distinct geometric yet harmonious forms and connect the disciplines art, design, and architecture. For e15, Elisabeth Lux designed the bureau NOTA, which convinces with its clear elegance and precise functionality. Together with Frank Oehring, she developed the Z-Table for the E15 SELECTED collection.

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