At MENU, they believe in Connected Spaces. Spaces that unite our worlds through design, and make our transitions from one place to another seamless, interesting and enjoyable.
Here we share some of the latest innovations now available from Menu:
Tearoom Lounge & Sofa by Nick Ross:
If the Tearoom Club Chair was a study in minimalist luxury, the new Tearoom Lounge Chair and Tearoom Sofa offer elegant proof of the study’s success. Nick Ross’ two latest designs offer indulgent retreats, the lounge chair inviting relaxation in a wider, lower seat, while the sofa comfortably accommodates multiple guests. Natural evolutions of the Tearoom Club Chair, the lounge chair and sofa demonstrate the vast potential of working with simple, geometric forms.
Harbour Side Chair by Norm Architects:
Originally conceived to serve a broad range of needs at Menu Space, MENU’s showroom/creative co-working space/café in Copenhagen, the Harbour Chair design has expanded to respond to all kinds of needs in private and public spaces. The latest rendition – the Harbour Side Chair – adds a new chapter to the Harbour story.
Since its inception, the Échasse concept has brought a unique silhouette with a distinguished, playful edge to spaces both modern and traditional. Theresa Rand began her series with a vase, evolved it with a bowl, and has now shortened, expanded, and rounded out the signature, elevated Échasse concept to create the Échasse Hurricane. The novel form cocoons floating candles, keeping them from blowing out. And that’s just the beginning.
The Bath Series:
In creating the Bath Series, Norm Architects set out to transform the bathroom into a blissful respite where we can relax and refresh. As the collection has expanded to meet new demands and offer new functional and aesthetic possibilities, it has stayed true to its core ethos of soft, functional minimalism. Today, there is little this series cannot help us with as we go about our days.
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected places. On a visit to New York City, a certain vintage-style pendant repeatedly caught the eyes of Norm Architects’ founders Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn as they strolled Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. The form – born in the 1920s – soon underwent a modern makeover in the designers’ imaginations, becoming the stylish new Bank Pendant. At once nostalgic and novel, the design pairs big-city glamour with an intimate sense of warmth.
Cast Sconce Lamp:
Designers Tom Chung and Jordan Murphy, the duo behind the instantly recognizable, industrial Cast Pendant design, have adapted the small but mighty shade concept for wall applications. With a presence that rivals its functionality, the compact new Cast Sconce Wall Lamp unites triangular, linear and round elements into a sophisticated geometric silhouette that contributes to the room’s ambience both when the lamp is on and off.
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