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MiMi Table & Desk


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Born from exhaustive experimentation, MiMi Table strives for simplicity, elegance and versatility. The simple angular geometry creates slender proportions, heightened by painted facets that capture different qualities of light and shadow on each side. Measuring 28"" by 56,"" MiMi Table functions as a desk or compact dining table, perfect for urban dwellers living in small apartments. MiMi Table combines the traditional craftsmanship of precision wood joinery with the modern convenience of easy assembly and disassembly. MiMi ships flat and assembles in less than 5 minutes. NYCxDesign 2018 Honoree. German Design Award 2019 Nominee. Made in Italy.

The legs are situated at the corners maximizing legroom. When two tables are placed adjacent to each other–like they might in an office space–two legs become visually one. Also, the modular dimension allows tables to be arranged in multiple configurations, for maximum flexibility.

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Shipping: FedEx 7-9 days
$189 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: October 29, 2021

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Designed in Brooklyn and Made in Italy by Master Artisans. Each piece is built with materials from certified sources and ship flat in custom boxes. Our easy-peasy assembly takes minutes.

Miduny is an artisanal furniture studio in Brooklyn led by Italian-born architect Alessandro Preda.

Miduny's furniture combines timeless form and rigorous engineering with warm materials and whimsical accents. Our pieces merge the impeccable craftsmanship and beauty of traditional joinery, with the convenience and sustainability of flat pack. Most miduny designs are intentionally versatile, specifically conceived with a dual purpose.

We design and prototype all our products at our Brooklyn studio and collaborate with family-owned workshops in Northern Italy to produce small batches of beautiful objects. These Italian workshops invariably have two or three generations of master craftsmen under one roof, which allows our designs to combine advanced technologies with traditional details and finishes.