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A Tactile Design — Fiber Family

Created by Copenhagen designer duo Iskos-Berlin, the Fiber chair family brings adds new perspectives to the plastic chair through innovative materials and a humble approach to design. Explore the story of Fiber here.

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Refined Simplicity: Loft Chair

Inspired by life’s everyday requirements, designer Thomas Bentzen’s Loft Chair exemplifies honest
design. Get a look inside his Copenhagen studio and hear more about the design here.

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Photo Essay: Bellevue by Simon Heger Knudsen

A photo essay by photographer Simon Heger Knudsen, sharing his perspective on Scandinavian design through the lens of his camera on a brisk autumn day north of Copenhagen.

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Studio Visit: Anderssen & Voll

We visited the studio of designers Anderssen & Voll in Oslo’s Grünerløkka neighborhood to learn more about their Outline Sofa for Muuto.

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Changing Perceptions: Platform Tray

A conversation between designer Sam Hecht and Muuto design director Christian Grosen on Scandinavian design, aesthetic beauty and the Platform Tray.

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A Friendly Light

An interview with designer Jens Fager on his Tip Lamp design for Muuto.

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The Harmonious Comfort of a Chair

The Fiber Armchair is an austere design, stripped of all superfluous elements down to a simple core with its seat, back, and armrests woven into a harmonious shell, perfect for nesting yourself into.

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Tailored Furniture: The Five Pouf

With the Five Pouf, Anderssen & Voll wanted to explore the characteristics of a pentagon-shape through the quilted textile cover—a design that places equal emphasis on craftsmanship and the unique shape of the object.

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Studio Visit: Margrethe Odgaard

Meet designer Margrethe Odgaard in her Copenhagen studio to hear more about her design process and the Ply Rug for Muuto.

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A Salute To The Odd Ones

With a halfway wacky look created by its intersecting seat and backrest, the Nerd Chair pays homage to those who go against the grain.

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Refined Traditions: Push Coffee Maker

For the Push Coffee Maker, Mette Duedahl’s objective was to create an alternative to the traditional press coffee maker.

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Hooks On The Dot(s)

Dots is a characteristic family of circled hooks. Perceived as a social design, the Dots serve to welcome one another in scattered or symmetric patterns on the wall.

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Under The Bell

Under The Bell defies the traditional perception of a lampshade, pulling references from architectural cupolas.

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Shadow Of A Rug

Referencing designer Tina Ratzer’s background as a weaver, the Varjo rug turns the uncomplicated herringbone pattern into a motif with shadow-like layers.

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Studio Visit: TAF Architects

We visit designers Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom in their workspace to learn about their ideas for the Ambit Lamp.

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Comfortably Contemporary

Born from the aspiration of creating a soft and modern wooden armchair, Cover came to life after three years of experimentation by designer Thomas Bentzen.

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In The Workshop

The Workshop design echoes the elementary chair, harking back to the core of the object, conceived at the intersection of functionality and design.

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Muuto Maharam

While founded more than a century apart, Maharam and Muuto are driven to deliver new perspectives while embracing their design heritage. 

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