It’s the release that has us on the edge of our seats. It goes without saying, Menu are a top player in the game of Scandinavian interiors and homewares, with every new season range bringing something unexpected and jaw-dropping. Shot in the stunning Audo space, their AW20 collection fails to disappoint.
It’s the same story; each and every time Menu release their latest collection, we point at everything and say, “My home needs this.” Doesn’t matter that most of us at Designstuff live in rentals, we’d find a way to get our landlords to shift all fittings and lights over to something from the Scandinavian designhouse.
Menu have gone above and beyond with their AW20 release. There are updates to classic pieces (that fluffy upholstered Knitting Chair is divine), brand new furniture pieces, a couple of drop-dead-gorgeous pendants, and a wine rack that is going to take your breath away.
A section of the new range features a number of heritage designs from the late mid-century modern designer, Arthur Umanoff. Menu’s Umanoff collection has updated many of his designs to suit today’s aesthetic, but still retains his preferred materiality, including metal and wood. It’s a clash of industrial elements with sleek architectural silhouettes and we’re seriously living for it. The Umanoff pendant… ooooft, what a beauty!
Credit where credit’s due:
Furnishings by @menuspace
Interior Design by @normarchitects
Photography by @armmmmmmmmmmmmmmin via @vaernis_studio Curtains by @durup__ & @dedarmilano
Custom cabinetry by @kolon.dk
Wall reliefs and sculptures by @atelierplateau