Androgyne Lounge Table, Stone/Marble

Androgyne Lounge Table, Stone/Marble

Designer Danielle Siggerud

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Androgyne Lounge Table, Stone/Marble

Androgyne Lounge Table, Stone/Marble

Designer Danielle Siggerud

Imagined by Norwegian architect and designer Danielle Siggerud for Audo’s former showroom café, the Androgyne Collection profiles simple silhouettes and refined materials. A monumental design crafted from kunis breccia stone, marked by characteristic veins and mineral fragments in warm hues, the Androgyne Lounge Table continues the simple silhouette of the collection while introducing natural materials and a shape and function made for everyday settings. The versatile design makes it possible to use as both a lounge table or bench for piles of books or statement decorations.

The Androgyne Lounge Table, now available in Calacatta Viola marble, is a striking centerpiece in classic and modern spaces alike. Sourced in Italy, the off-white marble’s characteristic purple veining and natural inclusions create beautifully unique surface patterns that add dimension to the design.

Color

Selected: Calacatta Viola

Regular price $4,565.00
Regular price Sale price $4,565.00
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Materials

Kunis Brescia
MDF
Brushed Brass
Powder Coated Steel

Dimensions

14.9"H x 47.2"W x 17.7"L
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Danielle Siggerud

Danielle Siggerud is a Norwegian architect based in Copenhagen. She holds a Masters degree in architecture from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Denmark. She established her studio in 2016 and today the practice works internationally, with projects stretching from London, New York, Stockholm to Paris. The scope of projects varies from private renovations, restorations and contemporary buildings to interior design, furniture making and smaller objects. Her work embodies a sharp vision of space and materials that can be recognized by her sensitive and contextual approach: embracing the essence of built forms, from the roughest construction to the smallest interior details. At the core of her work lies the strive for simplicity achieved by carefully balancing the fundamentals of architecture: space, proportion, light and materials. “These qualities are sought not simply as things of value in themselves, but as means to support a quality of human experience” she says.