Androgyne Lounge Table
- Care Instructions
MENU’s Androgyne Collection is distinguished by its playful, yet elegant silhouette and considered combination of natural materials.
Originally developed by Norwegian architect and designer Danielle Siggerud as a modern and versatile table for MENU’s former showroom café, the Androgyne Collection profiles simple silhouettes and refined materials. Celebrating craftsmanship and wood, the Androgyne Lounge Table is versioned in natural oak or dark stained oak or walnut, as well as with the option of a kunis breccia stone tabletop.
Produced by Danish design publisher, Menu.
17.7" L x 47.2" W x 14.9" H
Kunis Brescia, Brushed Brass, Powder Coated Steel
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Be gentle with marble. Dust once or twice a week with a soft cloth (microfiber). Wash from time to time with a cloth dampened with warm water, if necessary, adding a small squeeze of pH neutral dishwashing liquid. Take care removing the soap with a fresh damp cloth. Don’t use abrasive cloths, sponges or wire pads, which may scratch the surface. We recommend a specialist natural stone soap to treat difficult stains. Never use acidic detergents (such as bathroom cleaners) or detergents containing bleach. Thoroughly rinse with clean water to remove all traces of soap. Please note, sealer must be maintained every 8–12 months depending on the use.
It is recommended that veneered surfaces should be cleaned using a dry cloth. Water and damp cloths may not be used for cleaning, as this will damage the veneer. In case of spots, they have to be removed using a well-wrung cloth. The surface must be dried immediately after the spots have been removed, so that no liquid of any kind remains.