MATERIAL: Table top is made from plywood with Fundermax laminate finish. Frame is made from 8mm. powder coated solid steel. CARE: 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. DIMENSIONS: Height: 37,2 cm Length: 44 cm Width: 39,5 cm COLOUR: off-white
The AIRY table has a light and floaty nature with support from the thin welded frame creating the impression of a table top that almost hovers in the air. Great detail has been included in the welded frame itself, adding to the overall personality of the design. AIRY is a multipurpose family of tables suitable for a variety of interiors in both private and public settings. In particular, the half size table also works well against a wall and can be used as a bedside table or as a table next to a sofa. THE AIRY SIDE TABLES are designed by one of the leading designers in Scandinavia, Cecilie Manz for Muuto. AIRY consists of a polished plywood table top and a metal frame that is welded and soldered very accurately to create a light and skinny silhouette. The tables come in four different sizes and shapes and four different soft colors of grey, black, oregon pine or off-white. AIRY looks its best when mixing and combining different sizes, shapes and colors. “The idea behind AIRY was to create a coffee 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 on the design.
CECILIE MANZ is one of Denmark’s most promising young designers. Her work within furniture, glass, lighting and ceramics has achieved international success and is sold and exhibited all over the world.
CECILIE MANZ ON HER DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
“I design things that have a meaning to me. My general idea is always to have a clear argument legitimising the designs that I make. Function is essential, and if I cannot formulate a good reason for a new product, it is better to refrain from making it.”