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Elbe High Table

Designed 2016
Building on simple geometric forms in combination with a monochromatic palette, high table ELBE I is an enduring piece with a clear structural concept. The powder-coated steel base in signal white is combined with an exchangeable table top in Bianco Carrara marble, offering multiple options for eating, drinking and storing personal belongings. Originally designed for the foyers of concert hall Elbphilharmonie by Herzog & de Meuron architects, ELBE I is ideally suited for contract purposes.
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German born product designers Eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau live and work in Hamburg. In 2011, they founded the interdisciplinary Studio Besau-Marguerre, working in the fields of product and interior design, visual communication and editorial design. Their mutual design approach generates innovative concepts and products with experimental use of materials paired with striking colour combinations. During its young career, Studio Besau-Marguerre has received numerous prizes and has exhibited at renowned international exhibitions and trade fairs.

Daniel Schöning

After studying design at Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach, Germany, and architecture at TU Darmstadt, Daniel Schöning was initially self-employed as an architect and later joined WRS ARCHITEKTEN UND STADTPLANER in Hamburg as managing partner. Since 2018 he is co-managing director of architecture practice PLY ATELIER which realises both interior and furniture design projects.

For Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Daniel Schöning developed furniture series ELBE together with Studio Besau Marguerre. The high table, side table and bench were specified for the foyers of the concert venue and are part of the e15 collection since 2017.

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