Scandinavian Design Focus: Muuto

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October 27, 2012

Make way, Arne and Eero. Forward-looking furniture company Muuto turns the spotlight on 21st-century Scandinavian design.

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  Muuto’s Peter Bonnen and Kristian Byrge at last year’s Designmuseum Danmark exhibition celebrating the company’s five-year anniversary.

    Muuto’s Peter Bonnen and Kristian Byrge at last year’s Designmuseum Danmark exhibition celebrating the company’s five-year anniversary.

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  The museum recently acquired 11 Muuto products for its permanent collection, including the Plus salt-and-pepper grinders designed by Norway Says (above).

    The museum recently acquired 11 Muuto products for its permanent collection, including the Plus salt-and-pepper grinders designed by Norway Says (above).

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  At his Copenhagen studio, Bentzen creates designs and prototypes for Muuto and other companies, including HAY, Royal Copenhagen, and Normann Copenhagen.

    At his Copenhagen studio, Bentzen creates designs and prototypes for Muuto and other companies, including HAY, Royal Copenhagen, and Normann Copenhagen.

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  Bentzen's ash and plywood Around Table was released by Muuto in 2011.

    Bentzen's ash and plywood Around Table was released by Muuto in 2011.

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  Mini Stacked by JDS Architects, from $99  Courtesy of: Petra Bindel © 2011

    Mini Stacked by JDS Architects, from $99

    Courtesy of: Petra Bindel © 2011

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  Nerd Chair by David Geckler, $499

    Nerd Chair by David Geckler, $499

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  Soft Grid Cushions by Anderssen & Voll, $109

    Soft Grid Cushions by Anderssen & Voll, $109

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  Split Table by Staffan Holm, $2,950

    Split Table by Staffan Holm, $2,950

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  Pull Lamp by Whatswhat Collective, $429

    Pull Lamp by Whatswhat Collective, $429

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