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2021 News from MENU

1.26.2021

I'm currently working through all the exciting product launches that are landing in my inbox, and thought I'd start with long-time Danish favourite, MENU. Here's a look at some of what's on offer for 2021...


Androgyne Dining Table, Rectangular
The Androgyne Collection designed for MENU by architect Danielle Siggerud pairs natural materials and sculptural forms to striking effect, taking its name from its blend of the masculine and feminine. The new rectangular Androgyne Dining Table is a bold, confident take on a table, amplifying the dimensions of the collection's existing dining table to grander proportions as a community-style table, equally at home in private spaces as public areas. Crafted in wood veneer in a range of finishes, and offered in two sizes, its artistic silhouette balances function and beauty.




Plinth Shelf
Pared back and timeless, the symmetrical proportions of the Plinth Shelf create a sense of harmony – as a traditional bookshelf or display platform for favourite objects. Designed for MENU by Norm Architects, and handcrafted in Portugal from Grey Kendzo, a brilliant white veined marble selected for its inherent beauty and light-reflecting qualities, the minimalist Plinth Shelf is equal parts elegant and purposeful.



Levitate Pendant
Afteroom´s latest piece for MENU is the Levitate Pendant, named after the way in which it appears to float on air. Simple in its aesthetics and with a character of its own, Levitate comes in two sizes and hangs effortlessly from its ceiling fixture to create an elegant expression. Available in a saturated grey hue, black and white, the Levitate pendant shade features diminutive perforations to ensure maximum light reaches both floor and ceiling, uniting the two to create beautiful, ambient illumination.






Passage Lounge Table
The inherent warmth and lasting quality of FSC®-certified solid wood shine through on the Passage Lounge Table, designed for MENU by Copenhagen-based Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen. Whether playing host to drinks or home to the remote control or of-the-moment reads, the versatile design brings a feeling of soft serenity to spaces thanks to its calming round shape and traditional Danish cabinetmaking touches. Offered in three sizes allowing you to pair multiples together in a nest-like formation, the Passage Lounge Table is cleverly designed as a flatpack to invite connection while leaving a smaller footprint on the world we live in.



Passage Stool
The new series designed Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen includes the Passage Stool, a purposeful piece that can be used in many ways - as a seat for unexpected guests or a side table in a bedroom or lounge area. Made from FSC-certified solid oak, it has a warm expression and an organic silhouette that invites touch. And like the Lounge Table it comes in natural or dark lacquered finish and is devised as a flatpack for quick and easy self-assembly.


Echasse in Amber
The Échasse Collection designed for MENU by Theresa Rand is now available in a beautiful nature-inspired colour, amber. Reminiscent of old apothecary bottles or autumn’s falling leaves, the rich amber hue of the mouth-blown glass makes the vases and bowls the perfect combination of old and new.




Ribbon Basket
Statement storage for blankets, magazines and more, the Ribbon Basket, designed for MENU by Norm Architects is made with any and every room in mind. With contrasting sleek metal lines and soft, inviting curves and tactile leather, the gently rounded lip makes it easy to carry from room to room.





Androgyne Side Table, Tabletop
Much like the Echasse Vases, the Androgyne Side Table is a cherished piece in our home. Part of the series designed for MENU by architect Danielle Siggerud, it is now available with an Emparador marble or Calacatta Viola marble top. Richly veined with intense brown or violet tones, the effect is truly striking while providing a tactile and natural contrast to the sleek metal base.




To see all the new designs, including existing product updates, take a look here. 

Images courtesy of MENU

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