An interview with designer Jens Fager on his Tip Lamp design for Muuto.
Inspired by life’s everyday requirements, designer Thomas Bentzen’s Loft Chair exemplifies honestdesign. Get a look inside his Copenhagen studio and hear more about the deaign here.
Meet designer Margrethe Odgaard in her Copenhagen studio to hear more about her design process and the Ply Rug for Muuto.
With a halfway wacky look created by its intersecting seat and backrest, the Nerd Chair pays homage to those who go against the grain.
For the Push Coffee Maker, Mette Duedahl’s objective was to create an alternative to the traditional press coffee maker.
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.
Under The Bell defies the traditional perception of a lampshade, pulling references from architectural cupolas.
Referencing designer Tina Ratzer’s background as a weaver, the Varjo rug turns the uncomplicated herringbone pattern into a motif with shadow-like layers.
We visit designers Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom in their workspace to learn about their ideas for the Ambit Lamp.
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.
The Workshop design echoes the elementary chair, harking back to the core of the object, conceived at the intersection of functionality and design.
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.
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.