Muuto – Spring / Summer 2019

With a this year’s Salone del Mobile behind us, the Muuto news about their new designs couldn’t come at a better time. Isn’t this the perfect moment to be inspired by the first outdoor furniture collection from Muuto?

Lot of warm materials, as from the Scandinavian style tradition, together with many colours – pure and bold hues, matched together in a perfect balance. The result is cozy, warm and bright collection.

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Linear Steel Collection

The Linear Steel Series designed by Thomas Bentzen is the first-ever outdoor furniture collection of Muuto and brings new perspectives to modern outdoor furniture through its straight lines alongside the folded edges, halfcircular intersecting legs and small spacing for easy removal of water. The collection was designed from the idea of presenting durable materials in a sophisticated and understated expression for outdoor use with its form language inspired by the notion of meetings – ‘ the meetings of lines, the meetings of shapes and the meetings of materials.’

The design is made in powder coated steel for a matte look and contemporary feel and will be available in 4 colors – black, white, dark green and burnt orange. The great thing is that the series is available in 2 different sizes, which makes it suitable for all types of gardens or courtyards.

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Oslo Side Chair

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Oslo Side Chair

Muuto’s Oslo Collection is the embodiment of Scandinavian chic. The furniture series, designed by Anderssen & Voll, features a stylish and comfortable seat, delicate legs and high-quality upholstery from Kvadrat. This year, Muuto launched Oslo Side Chair.

Combining modern, geometric lines with a light expression and comfortably soft seat, the Oslo Side Chair brings a refined perspective to the form through its playful lines and embracing back. This chair adds an elegant touch to any space in a home, restaurant or workplace.

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Relate Side Table

Designed by Big-Game, Relate is an elegant side table with two planes, connected through a graphic leg for a modern expression. Pull the Relate Side Table up to a sofa to use as a hot desk or place it in any space to hold various objects. Big-Game is a design studio created in 2004 by Augustin Scott de Martinville, Elric Petit and Grégoire Jeanmonod based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The studio has received a number of awards, including the Wallpaper Design Award, the Swiss Design Award, the iF Design Award and more.

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Outline Highback Work

Introducing a new extension to the Outline Sofa family through the Outline Highback Work – a light and elegant design for any workplace that provides both visual as well as acoustic shelter for its user. The Outline Highback Work has an elegant and refined architectural expression with a functional element, allowing for the user to retreat alone in a spatial shelter.

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Outline Highback Work

Designed to accommodate the changing needs of a modern work-life, the Outline Highback Work has an integrated desk with a storage room alongside a cable outlet that can be added to the Outline Highback Work for easy power access. With its slender look and asymmetrical corner, the Outline Highback Work translates the architecturally light silhoue e of the Outline Series into a dynamic vision, enhancing the sculpted shape and inviting, deep seat that characterizes the Outline Sofa family.

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Ambit Wall Lamp

Adding new perspectives to the Ambit Series by Stockholm-based TAF Studio, the timelessly modern design is introduced in a wall lamp version. The Ambit Wall Lamp emits light pleasantly, offering a direct light without any glare thanks to the LED light source that is positioned in the upper part of the shade. Made of hand-spun aluminum that has been hand-painted with its white interior heightening the contrast of the outer shade while enhancing the light emitted. Available in 4 different colors.

How do you like this news from Muuto? This collection will be available soon at GIR Store, Trešnjinog cveta 5, Belgrade.