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Androgyne Rectangular Dining Table, 110"

by Danielle Siggerud

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The Androgyne Rectangular Dining Table was designed by Danielle Siggerud for Danish design brand Audo Copenhagen. It is part of the best selling Androgyne collection. It pairs natural materials and sculptural forms to create a striking effect, taking its name from the blend of masculine and feminine characteristics of its design. A bold, confident take on a table, the Androgyne Rectangular Table amplifies the dimensions of the collection’s dining table to grander proportions. The architect-designed piece, crafted with a wood veneer top and base, serves as a community-style table, with room to seat 8 to 10 people. Available in two sizes (82.7" and 110"), its artistic silhouette balances function and beauty.

Audo Copenhagen is a Danish brand dedicated to producing high quality designer furniture, lighting and accessories with a modern, crisp, Scandinavian look.

Androgyne Rectangular Dining Table, 110" by Danielle Syggerud for Audo Copenhagen
- Contemporary Scandinavian design
- Dark stained oak veneer, MDF, powder-coated steel, PA plastic glides
- L 110.2" x W 43.3" x H 28.7"
- Made in Slovenia



Danielle Siggerud
Danielle Siggerud

Danielle Siggerud is a Norwegian architect based in Copenhagen. She holds an MAA from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Denmark and has previously worked with renowned architect John Pawson in London. She established her Copenhagen studio in 2016. “I always try to approach a new project with an open mind. Architecture is always a dialogue. With that said, I naturally have my preferences. Looking through our portfolio will make it clear that I gravitate towards minimalism and love natural materials, such as stone and marble. For me, architecture is about eliminating excess and focusing on essential forms. It is about rigorous attention to details and carefully selecting the right materials. I want to create serene spaces that are soft and emotional, but also naturally afford human interaction.”