Menu Umanoff side table Ø 60 cm.
Re-edited by Menu based on original sketches and drawings by Umanoff, these round top on a (photo) tripod-inspired frame create a highly innovative side table and a stunning mid-century design that is as relevant now as it was when it originally was conceived.
A compact piece that challenges convention, the sculptural side table can stand elegantly in the modern home, perfect for placing next to a lounge chair or sofa.
The combination of the warm brass and solid walnut is both timeless and beautifully decorative; an intelligent use of materials that guarantees an astonishing long life.
The (side) table is available in two sizes:
Height: 45 cm x Diameter top: 43 cm x Diameter base: 40 cm x Depth: 41.4 cm
Height: 60 cm x Diameter top: 43 cm x Diameter base: 40 cm x Depth: 41.5 cm
Materials and finishes:
Solid oiled walnut and brushed brass with beautiful matt lacquer.
Note: It is recommended not to overload the table top.
About the designer:
Arthur Umanoff (1923-1985) was an American-born industrial designer, known for his contribution to the mid-century American modern movement. After graduating from New York's prestigious Pratt Institute and the American School of Design in the early 1950s, they partnered with Postmodern Ltd, a New York design company that produced and sold modernist wrought iron and wood designs. Throughout the 1960s he worked closely with furniture manufacturer Shaver Howard, who put many of his furniture designs into production.