Since 1978, Menu has harnessed the skills of top designers and artisans around the world to find clever solutions for modern living through good design. By connecting the dots between home, work and hospitality, their designs redefine how we use space and how we connect to those around us.
Menu focuses on design that is made for real life. They create contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories that are beautiful, functional and crafted from high-quality materials. Their Scandinavian-style pieces are stunning modern classics with built-in functionality. From colours and textures to materials and usability, every aspect is considered.
JWDA Table Light
An instant classic, the JWDA table light has been designed to fit in any style of interior. Inspired by traditional oil lamps, this light is made from honest materials - concrete, marble, and brass - in a design that is both industrial and delicate. Featuring an elegant, rounded glass atop a sturdy base, the JWDA table light offers a balanced and intriguing silhouette that will stand out in any contemporary interior.
Cast Sconce Wall Light
Taking its inspiration from functional cast metal objects, the Cast sconce wall light offers a sleek, bold and minimalist design that will complement any contemporary interior. Providing a pleasant illumination free from glare, this wall light looks good both switched on and off. A truly standout piece, the Cast sconce wall light is ideal for both residential and hospitality settings.
Knitting Lounge Chair
First launched as a limited edition in 1951, the Knitting Lounge Chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen, makes a return to the world of modern Danish design with a beautiful dark-stained solid oak frame and the finest Italian leather upholstery. Named for the elbow cut-outs that allow for maximum comfort while knitting or reading, the chair's sense of proportion and unparalleled quality make it a natural choice for any contemporary interior. Its playful style only serves to highlight its thoughtful design, making it the work of a true master.