Dimensions

Weight 185 kg
Base height 72 cm
Diameter 135 cm
Marble top thickness 3 cm
Total height 75 cm

Materials

Base colour Signal White
Base material Powder-Coated Steel
Top finish Bianco Carrara / Oiled White / Marble

Specification

Marble top protection Marble top equipped with a matt oiled finish, which is protective, yet requires maintenance.
Note Load-bearing capacity of the floor has to be ensured
Year 2012 / 2015

Resources

Hiroki is a sculptural round dining table made of rich marble in combination with a harmonising or contrasting coloured steel base.

In its initial design based on the side table Enoki, the versatile Hiroki extends the family of tables with an elegant and distinctive character in classic and inventive colour combinations. The table Hiroki entertains as a functional and playful piece. With its well-balanced proportions and 30 mm thick marble top, the round Hiroki offers un-restrictive seating for up to six people. The projection of the table top measures 450 mm, thus offering ample legroom. The marble top is equipped with a matt oiled finish, which is protective, yet requires maintenance. To avoid scratching of the floor, the table is fitted with a felt ring and delivered in two pieces.


Philipp Mainzer

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, Philipp Mainzer 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, Philipp 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. Philipp Mainzer is creative and managing director of e15 and his architecture office Philipp Mainzer Office for Architecture and Design.


e15 stands for consistent, progressive design coupled with high-grade materials and innovative, handcrafted production methods.