Muuto Launches New Collection
By Sarah Housley

Nordic design brand Muuto‘s new collection of pared-back homewares includes clever candlesticks, marble serving boards, tonally gradated rugs, a tactile coffee maker and a …

Sep 10, 2014
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Nordic design brand Muuto‘s new collection of pared-back homewares includes clever candlesticks, marble serving boards, tonally gradated rugs, a tactile coffee maker and a set of magically balancing vases.

The new Fiber chair, designed by Iskos-Berlin, is 100% recyclable. Made of a shell made of plastic and wood fibres, the chair offers a choice of four bases: wooden, wireframe and metal legs and a swivel option.

Cecilie Manz has designed the Airy side table, which can be mixed and matched in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Available in half-size, small, medium and large, the tables work particularly well for renting lifestyles.

Designed by Jens Fager, the Grip candlestick is made of aluminium and comes in four colours – Light Green, Sand, Anthracite and Dusty Red.

Mette Duedahl’s Push coffee maker is made of a tactile mix of materials: a stoneware body is topped with a wooden grip. “I wanted to make a coffee press which is both soft to look at and soft to hold,” says Duedahl. “The friendly shape goes hand in hand with the warm and cosy atmosphere that a good cup of coffee provides.”

The brand’s marble Groove trivets have been designed by Norwegian designer Hallgeir Holmsvedt, and continue the trend towards coloured marble with variations in white, grey and green.

Holmsvedt has also designed the Balance vase set: made up of coloured clay vases and a steel tray, the set stays together using hidden magnets.

Created by Danish designer Tina Ratzer, the Varjo rug collection is hand-woven from New Zealand lambswool and includes two sizes and four tonal combinations of grey, blue, sand and tangerine.

Designed by Simon Key Bertmann, the Loom throw is hand-woven in cotton with a colourful, energetic geometric pattern. “There is a carefully selected systematic pattern behind LOOM that at once is perfectly ordered and yet appears random,” says Key Bertmann.

Homebuildlife subscribers will be able to see all the new launches from Paris interiors fair Maison & Objet in our image gallery this week.

– Sarah Housley


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