Designed by e15 founder and architect Philipp Mainzer in 1996. The original Backenzahn™ stool is a modern design classic as well as an identifiable icon for e15. Backenzahn™ comes as a stool, with a shaped seat, and as a side table, with a flat top. It is crafted in Germany and available in oiled European oak or walnut. For its signature form and detail, the centre of the tree is used. During the seasoning of the solid wood, the legs form their characteristic cracks, which make every stool unique.
Oiled oak, walnut or black oak.
27 cm, D 27 cm, H 47 cm
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