This well-proportioned round table in 2 sizes is ideal in a dining or conference room, thanks, in part, to a powder-coated framework with slender supports positioned to maximize legroom for both chairs and users. It's an exercise in minimalism envisioned by Bjarne Hansen, founder of the Danish design house Menu, and attestation that the Snaregade literally evolved from the top down. Bjarne tapped his frequent collaborators at Norm.Architects to create the sparest of tables, as a one-off. But Norm also found favor with it, not only including several in their own studio but naming it after the Copenhagen street where their studio is located. A collection was born. Along with its elongated oval and rectangular siblings, the Snaregade series epitomizes everything that is Danish design.