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Androgyne Side Table, Calacatta Viola Marble

by Danielle Siggerud

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The Androgyne Side table was designed by Norwegian designer Danielle Siggerud for Danish furniture brand Audo Copenhagen. The table’s sense of balance, proportion and mixed materials affords a sense of balance. This blend of the masculine and feminine stereotypes — androgyny — is what lends the table its name. The essence of the table is its duality: elegant and powerful. The shine of the honed marble surface against the matt Steel results in a versatile visual identity that is both modernist and industrial. The Androgyne Side Table is sculptural and will add an artistic element to any room. It is an easy fit for a range of décors in residential spaces or commercial spaces.

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

Androgyne Side Table, Ivory/Calacatta Viola Marble, by Danielle Siggerud for Audo Copenhagen
- Contemporary designer furniture
- Ivory powder-Coated Steel, Calacatta Viola Marble
- H 17.6" x Diameter 16.5"
- Assembly required (Notice included) (Notice included)
- Made in China


1 box 20x20x20
36.6 lbs
Proposition 65 Warning
H 17.6" 16.5"


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.”