Designed by Norwegian architect Danielle Siggerud for Menu, the table features a pill-shaped cutout to keep the steel structure from appearing heavy, with the opening dividing the two sheets of metal into four wide legs. The base can be powder-coated black or ivory and topped with either a Marquina or rose marble circular surface.
Originally intended for a café but elegant enough for the home, the appropriately named Androgyne side table blends feminine with masculine through a harmonious combination of materials – laser-cut steel and luxe marble – and perfectly balanced proportions.
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