Heroic in its proportions, this lounge table completely crafted from luxe kunis breccia stone, extends the geometric appeal of Menu’s collection Androgyne. Marked by characteristic veins and mineral fragments in a warm neutral shade, it’s equally impressive for relaxed dining or to display piles of books and objets. Androgyne hails from Copenhagen-based Norwegian architect Danielle Siggerud, who worked with modern master John Pawson in London before she established her own studio.
14.9" h x 47.2" w x 17.7" d (37.8x120x45cm)
Kunis brescia stone, brushed brass, powder coated steel
"It's about creating aesthetically pleasing designs that evoke true feelings,” Menu founder Bjarne Hansen told the online magazine Lonny, “as well as improving processes in people's daily lives.” Ranging from tabletop objects to bath fixtures to lighting and furniture, the Danish brand’s pursuit of "soft minimalism" involves collaborations with designers from all over the world. The company’s guiding spirit is a quest for functional originality—with each product having either a new purpose, incorporating a new material or utilizing a new production method.
Menu is just as dedicated to responsible manufacturing as it is innovation. Working to locate new partners in developing countries around the world, the company searches out local factories or small private co-operations to turn out high quality goods and also provide a better economic foundation for the people involved in that production. "We’re passionate about design, new materials and clever details," say the folks at Menu, "and we dream about making a difference."