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Menu - New Norm

The Danish design company Menu was founded in 1976 under the name of Danish Steel House in Fredensborg near to Helsingør. Initially the company focused on table and bar accessories. The company named by Menu in the late 1990s. With new products like the Decanting Pourer and the Gallery Light, those released a regular boom in the beginning of 2000s in the design segment. This was followed by the legendary water carafe by Pil Bredahl.
After this era, the brand focused on its core competencies to produce design products. The product range was completely revised and today the company offers design products in the areas of living, bath and dining.
Until today the focus of the Danish design company Menu is on the extensive collection of drinking segment with water carafes and decanters.
A great success of the recent era is the mill collection Bottle with the matching color-coordinated dinnerware by Norm Architects. The architect duo designs a large part of the Danish design products of Menu with its soft lines. Furthermore, the Danish ceramist Gry Frager is worth mentioning that, the typical Danish style transferred with their typical embroidery patterns that implement it graphically in pixel pattern into modernity.
However, beside the Danish designers the company also commissioned famous international designers like Karim Rashid and other newcomers for the design area.
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