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Audo Copenhagen

Umanoff Side Table


As relevant today as it was when first designed by Arthur Umanoff in the 1950s, the reissued Umanoff Side Table balances walnut and brass on its rounded top and tripod inspired frame to create a table that challenges convention. Despite its decidedly small footprint, the versatile piece makes a big impact as a mid-century modern design for a glass of wine, mugs of coffee or a delicate vase. The Umanoff Side Table is available in two sizes.

17"L x 17"W x 17.7"H or 23.6"H

Solid Walnut and Brass

If in stock, please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery. If not in stock, please allow up to 12 weeks for delivery.


Arthur Umanoff (1923–1985), an influential American industrial designer in the midcentury modern movement, collaborated with Post Modern Ltd for modernist wrought iron and wood designs before partnering closely with furniture manufacturer Shaver Howard in the 1960s, creating iconic pieces like clocks for Howard Miller, emphasizing beautifully crafted, functional designs with natural materials and innovative methods, characterized by slender, tapered lines and practical elegance for enduring appeal.


Audo Copenhagen is a renowned Danish design company specializing in creating high-quality, minimalist furniture, lighting, and accessories. Formed from the merger of Menu and by Lassen, Audo emphasizes Scandinavian design principles, combining functionality with timeless aesthetics. The company collaborates with a diverse range of designers to produce innovative and sustainable products that are appreciated worldwide.

Arthur Umanoff
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