Can vase brings the same material Barro Negro into a new composition. A new sculptural geometry in three different proportions. The vase creates a relationship between form and surrounding, a balance between object and nature, mixing function and aesthetics. Discovering the material and its earth proccesses. The forms and smooth finish accentuate the elegance of […]
The Pleat Pitcher adds to our growing collection of table top items that mix everyday functionality with a sculptural touch. The polished stainless steel silhouette allows it to reflect its surroundings whilst maintaining a unique presence. With one simple pull on the cylindrical exterior, a perfect spout is formed. Whilst creating a highly functional piece, […]
In 2010, MENU and Norm Architects joined forces with the Copenhagen restaurant Host to create a dinnerware line with Scandinavian sensibilities. The result was the New Norm Dinnerware Collection, an ever-evolving series with a true Nordic feel.
Adding 10 times more oxygen to wine in under two minutes, it?s little wonder that Wine Breather Deluxe is an award-winning Menu bestseller. Simply press the decanter on to the top of an opened bottle of wine and flip it over so the wine pours into the decanter. You can serve the wine directly from […]
A vibrant and modern coloured tealight votive that brings a sense of celebration to any table top. With a chic form and alluring reflections, Bon astonishes with a fresh new way of illumination. The timeless artisan process of handblown glass used by Mexican artisans combined with a contemporary touch creating a neoclassical Mexican object.
A modern storage solution with a traditionalist feel, the Ribbon Basket contrasts sleek powder coated steel with soft, inviting curves. Crafted with precision, vertically positioned metal strips are formed into a gently rounded lip that makes it easy to carry the basket from room to room. Cushioned on the bottom with tonal leather for an […]
Arthur Umanoff?s mid-century modern wine rack combines black powder coated steel with leather for an industrial look. Holding 8 bottles, the reissued design is ideal for wine cellars or as a standalone rack in a kitchen or dining room for keeping bottles within easy reach. The timeless design doubles as a sculptural feature.
The Umanoff Planter marries sleek powder coated steel lines with curved handwoven rattan for a natural contrast. Designed in 1961 by the late Arthur Umanoff, a master of mid-century modern, the elevated planter is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
The Nimbus Table Mirror in polished or bronzed brass updates the classic looking glass to modern sensibilities. More than just a mirror, the gently curved halo-like stand brings elegance and visual intrigue to spaces, making it as beautiful to look at as it is to look into.