0%

Uploading file...

Stories

Stories

Photo Essay: Shibusa by Alexander Kilian

A photo essay by photographer Alexander Kilian, created in collaboration with iGNANT, exploring shibusa, a Japanese term that describes the aesthetic of simple, unobtrusive beauty.

Full story

Industrially Modern: Unfold Pendant Lamp

Exploring the story of the Unfold Pendant Lamp, a new perspective on the archetypical industrial light.

Full story

Modern Simplicity: E27 Pendant Lamp

Exploring the studio of Swedish designer Mattias Ståhlbom to learn about the E27 Pendant Lamp design.

Full story

Complementing Contrasts: Enfold Sideboard

A visit to the studio of designer Thomas Bentzen, exploring the steps involved in creating the Enfold Sideboard.

Full story

Exploring Materials: Halves Side Table

An interview with designers Jessica Nakanishi and Jonathan Sabine on their Halves Side Table for Muuto.

Full story

Photo Essay: Light Materiality by Matthew Johnson

A photo essay by New York-based photographer Matthew Johnson, exploring the playful interaction of light and materiality through Muuto’s Visu, Workshop and Cover Chairs.

Full story

Workshop Stories: Christiane Spangsberg

Bringing the concept of our Workshop Chair to the workshops of three Scandinavian creatives. Third story is with Copenhagen-based artist, Christiane Spangsberg.

Full story

A Natural Extension: Loft Bar Stool

Visiting designer Thomas Bentzen in his Copenhagen studio to hear about the ideas that went into his Loft Bar Stool and how one translates a design across multiple forms.

Full story

Workshop Stories: Sigve Knutson

Bringing the concept of our Workshop Chair to the workshops of three Scandinavian creatives. Second  up is Oslo-based experimental designer, Sigve Knutson. 

Full story

A Sculptural Design: Mimic Mirror

Introducing our first design by Normal Studio: Mimic Mirror. Wanting to learn more about the design, we took the hike to Paris to visit the Normal Studio.

Full story

Workshop Stories: Matilda Beckman

Bringing the concept of our Workshop Chair to the workshops of three Scandinavian creatives. First up is Stockholm-based multidisciplinary designer, Matilda Beckman. 

Full story

Playful Hooks: The Dots

With more than 1 million of them around the world, The Dots have become a true Muuto icon through its characterful and functional expression. Wanting to learn more about the design, we visited the site that brings The Dots into the world and spoke to designer Lars Tornøe about his friendly family of coat hooks.

Full story

An Elegant Design Family: Outline Series

Designers Anderssen & Voll on creating families within design, what binds the members of the Outline Sofa family together and its latest member, the Outline Sofa Chaise Longue.

Full story

Photo Essay: Clear Shadows by Tekla Evelina Severin

A photo essay by Swedish creative Tekla Evelina Severin, depicting The Dots through a study of colors and shadows.

Full story

A Welcoming Design: Around Coffee Table

Designer Thomas Bentzen on his Around Coffee Table series, speaking about what makes the design unique and how it initially came to be.

Full story

Aesthetic Order: Folded Shelves

An interview with designer Johan van Hengel on his Folded Shelves for Muuto

Full story

Photo Essay: Definitive Forms by Erica Zhu

A photo essay by photographer Erica Zhu, sharing her perspectives on Muuto designs through a study of forms.

Full story

New Perspectives: David Thulstrup

New Perspectives is a series of profiles on talented people who bring something new to their field and shine through in taking the roads less traveled. A such person is architect David Thulstrup. Here, he speaks on his approach to design and how going to church as a child shaped his way of perceiving design.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

A Friendly Light

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

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

Under The Bell

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

Full story

Studio Visit: TAF Architects

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

Full story

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.

Full story

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.

Full story

Muuto Maharam

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

Full story

Muuto at Neocon 2018

Introducing our new perspectives on Scandinavian design across furniture, lighting and accessories at NeoCon 2018 in Chicago with our largest exhibition to date. Scroll down for a look at Muuto  at NeoCon and our latest design introductions!

Full story