The elegant bureau Nota with its precise and distinct appearance discretely holds essential work and writing material.
Opened Nota reveals a generous writing surface and a compact interior of perfectly arranged vertical and horizontal storage units accentuated in complementing colours.
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 Elisabeth Lux has worked as 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 diverse manufacturers like Anta, Pastoe and e15. Her iconic designs are characterised by a 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, as well as the Z-Table for E15 SELECTED in collaboration with Frank Oehring.