- Designer : Cecilie Manz
- Material : Plywood Top, Powder Coated Steel Frame.
- Dimensions : H: 41.2cm; Width: 120cm; Depth: 65cm
- Delivery: 4 - 6 Weeks
GREAT REASONS TO BUY THE Muuto Around Coffee Table
- The Airy table is light and floaty in nature, with the table-top appearing to almost hover in the air.
- Airy's strong personality is enhanced by the great detailing on the thin welded frame.
- The simple and typically Nordic design of the Airy coffee table means that it works well in a variety of interiors, in both private and public settings.
- The large coffee table is part of the wider Airy family of multipurpose tables which look great when paired together.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS coffee TABLE
Designed by Cecilie Manz for Danish furniture & lighting company Muuto this Large Coffee Table is part of the Airy family of multipurpose tables that, due to their simple and refined design, mean they are perfect for a variety of interiors in both private and public settings. With a light and floaty nature, the Airy table is supported by a thin detailed frame which adds to the overall personality of the design. Looking for a bedside table? You may want to check out the Airy Half-Size Coffee Table.
"The idea behind AIRY was to create a side table that did not scream but still was not afraid to speak. The result is a table series that masters the fine balance between being light and airy, and at the same time having plenty of personality and individuality. Due to this combination AIRY gets a multi-functionality that makes the side tables suitable for every kind of interior." - Cecilie Manz
Cleaning Instructions: Clean the table by wetting a cloth in hot water and mild mixture os universal detergent or washing-up liquid. Never use strong chemicals. Water and fat may leave stains and should be removed right away.
Cecilie Manz graduated from the design school Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen in 1997 with additional studies at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki; Cecilie Manz founded her own design studio in Copenhagen in 1998.