German furniture design house e15 is introducing a collection of eight iconic designs from the late Modernist architect and designer Ferdinand Kramer. The new release of the existing products is a result of collaboration between e15 and Kramer’s family and represents the architect’s various creative periods from 1925 to 1959. The THEBAN daybed, KARNAK side chair, and ASWAN stool—all designed in 1925—are available with a waxed solid European oak or walnut frame and a surface of woven textile band or tanned leather. Part of Kramer’s 1940s Knock-Down series, the collapsible square CALVERT and circular CHARLOTTE coffee tables are cut from plywood, feature crossing, invertible legs, and come in oak or walnut veneer with clear or colored lacquer finishes. Also in the Knock-Down collection, the ALDEN table has connecting V-shaped legs and is intended for indoor use. E15, 49.6171.9795.0; www.e15.com.