Key facts

Product:
Airy Coffee Table | Medium
Family:
Airy Coffee Table
Manufacturer:
Muuto >
Designer:
Cecilie Manz >
Architonic ID:
1368732
Country:
Denmark
Manufacturer groups :
Tables-Coffee tables >
Groups:
Tables-Coffee tables >

Product description

MATERIAL:
Table top is made from plywood with a nano-laminate finish. Frame is made from 8 mm. 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: 88 cm
Width: 51,5 cm

COLOR:
Grey

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Concept

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.