A newly formed Polish furniture brand run by a husband and wife duo, Muroy takes a minimalism-first approach to design and interprets this principle not just through simple forms, but also through function and production processes. We were recently introduced to one of their staple designs in the form of the Split table. So here we take a closer look.
The Split table is a combination of the monolithic heaviness which is reflected in the uniform surface of the top and the lightness that splits the massive leg into two separate elements. The floating crossbar in the crack bonds everything together. This symbolises the strong connection of two ends, where one cannot exist without the other.
With the Split table, we looked for a diversity of simple forms that bring harmony between the matter and the void. The process of creation is a path in which we eliminated everything we deemed unnecessary.
Muroy is a brand that clearly and deliberately shuns inexplicable ornamentation. The detail changes the way in which the character of the furniture is seen.
Although the Split table is not yet available, as production is set to be undertaken later this year, it will be made from ash wood and available in black, brown, and a natural finish. In terms of dimensions, there will be two optional sizes, measuring (h)73 x (w)240 x (d)100cm and (h)73 x (w)300 x (d)100cm. Muroy is one to watch and we are excited to see the release of their first line soon.