Menu space, a thrill to be back.

Last year, for 3 days of design, Menu Space opened it's doors. After many years, the brand finally opened a showroom in Copenhagen where anyone can get in close contact with the brand and its products. But it's much more than a showroom, its also a cafe and an co-working office.  "An open space where like-minded creative thinkers can work, meet and share their stories, ideas and processes."

Last year we had the opportunity to visit the Space just as it opened it's doors and this year we were back for 3 days of design to experience a more mature environment, with a broader collection. More products that we love.

If you are in Copenhagen don't miss the chance to visit. It's not in the city center but if you head up to Nordhavn neighbourhood, you can visit many other showrooms that will make it very much worth the trip. Here are some images of our latest visit.


The Knitting Chair designed by Danish architect and designer Ib Kofod-Larsen in 1951, was reissued by Menu and presented during 3daysofdesign. 


It's has been almost a year since our last visit and we love to see and feel the new warm and cozy atmosphere of the space and all the new products.

Harbour Chairs in warm and elegant variety of textiles . 


New from the Tribeca Series By Søren Rose New York, the Hubert Pendant Tribeca. A beautiful lighting statement.

Cyclades Vases, resting in the stunning marble plinth table.  





The Androgyne coffee table by Danielle Siggerud and this beautiful rug were some of the new products we spotted that we hope become available soon.