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Menu Rail Wall Desk

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Starting at: $390.00 USD
$390.00 USD

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Looking to the world of architecture and his background in steelworking when creating the Rail Desk, Japanese designer Keiji Ashizawa explored the way in which we use space and the way in which design elements can be adapted to serve different functions. The neat, MORE INFO

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Looking to the world of architecture and his background in steelworking when creating the Rail Desk, Japanese designer Keiji Ashizawa explored the way in which we use space and the way in which design elements can be adapted to serve different functions. The neat, precision-made piece in natural or stained oak conveys a sense of serene practicality. With multiple functions – as a desk, counter or shelf to store books, hung at any height you choose – it lends itself to almost any setting and fits neatly into living areas as well as bedrooms where space is at a premium. The minimalist steel bracket is inspired by the handrail of a staircase and the wooden platform provides a tactile contrast.

DESIGNED BY:

  • Keiji Ashizawa

MATERIALS:

  • Oak Veneer, MDF, Black Steel

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Height: 21.2 cm / 8.3 inch
  • Width: 92 cm / 36.2 inch
  • Depth: 45 cm / 17.7 inch
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MENU is a Danish design brand with a simple yet significant purpose: to enrich modern living through designs that connect individuals creatively, comfortably and functionally. Since 1978, we have harnessed the skills of top designers and craftspeople around the world to create contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories that are clean, clever and natural, infusing a sense of calm through high-quality materials in minimalist silhouettes. By connecting the dots between home, work and hospitality, our designs redefine how we use space and, ultimately, how we connect to those around us. We like to call it Connected Spaces.