The Menu Snaregade table is suitable both as a generous dining table or a desk in the office or conference table in the studio. The table features a delicate and graphical design, which is especially characterised by the powder-coated frame.
And where does the unusual name of the table come from? “Snaregade” is the name of the street in Copenhagen, where Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen from Norm Architects - the designers of the table - have their studio.
The discreet design table with a stained oak veneer and a powder-coated frame is available in various sizes and shapes e.g. as a round or rectangular variant.
The history of the Menu Snaregade table is quite unusual: originally, Norm architects designed a table specifically for Bjarne Hansen, the Creative Director and founder of Menu. The table was intended for Bjarne’s living room. Meanwhile, the two designers also produced some tables for their own studio. Since then all three of them used these tables, but for the time being they remained prototypes.
After many years of testing the table by the Menu founder and the designers of Norm, they decided that everyone should be able to enjoy the unusual tables.
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|Dimensions||Height: 73 cm, Depth: 95 cm, Length: 210 cm|
|Weight||59 kg (without packaging)|
|More information||Product data sheet for the Menu Snaregade Table (PDF 2,50 MB)|