The Snaregade tables from Menu have an elegant, graphic design that could possibly become a future classic! They have a simple oak veneer or linoleum top and delicate steel legs positioned to provide ample legroom. The Snaregade tables are extremely stylish work tables / dining tables and fit in both classic and modern interiors.
Norm Architects originally designed Snaregade for the living room of Bjarne Hansen, the founder of Menu, and their own studio. After years of use and testing, the attractive designs ended up in the Menu collection in 2016. The Snaregade collection is named after the street in Copenhagen where Norm Architects is located.
Color: Black Dimensions: Length 200 cm. Depth 90 cm. Height 73 cm.
Table top material: MDF, lacquered oak veneer, dark stained oak, charcoal linoleum, mushroom linoleum.
Frame material: Powder coated steel in black or light grey.
About Norm Architects Studio:
Norm Architects is a dynamic design duo composed of Danish architects Kasper Rønn (b. 1976) and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen (b. 1976), both graduates of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
As true modernists, they believe in design that focuses on meeting a real need rather than creating one, and this is reflected in their work as architects and industrial designers.