at maison et objet 2010 in paris, danish company muuto presented their ‘new nordic’ collection. accesssories and furniture of simple and clean lines, which do not only provide comfort, but create an ambient of beauty and elegance as well.

‘match’ – tealight holder by form us with love image © designboom

muuto ‘match’ – tealight holder by form us with love

form us with love came up with ‘match’ when trying to light a tealight candle, constantly burning their fingers. therefore they created a candle holder with a vent where the lit match securely travels down to the tea light. the vent also doubles as an aesthetic feature, emphasizing the flickering flame.

muuto ‘gloria’ by norway

‘gloria’ by norway says ‘a new take on the traditional candlestick and it creates a very pleasant and lively atmosphere wherever you place it. it looks good with only one candle, great with four and amazing with six. it even works well with candles in different heights and colors – the composition is up to you.

muuto ‘crushed bowl’ by julian de smedt

muuto ‘restore’ – storage basket by mika tolvanen image © designboom

‘restore’ can be used for storing books, magazines and other various objects. polymer felt combined with a soft form make the basket visually appealing. as the name suggests ‘restore’ is made from recycled PET bottles. available in light grey, dark grey, green, blue. dimensions: 35 x 48 x 23 cm.

muuto ‘restore’ – storage basket image © designboom

muuto ‘restore’ – storage basket

muuto ‘mhy’ pendant lamps by norway says

‘mhy’ pendant lamps are constructed with a colorful lacquered aluminium shade and hung with a textile cord. the playful shape of ‘mhy’ draws inspiration from illustrations and characters from the designers’ childhood literature.

muuto new nordic collection image © designboom

muuto ‘wood lamp’ by TAF architects

muuto ‘wood lamp’ by TAF architects image © designboom

‘the all-wood design is a low-tech antidote to high tech work desk lamps. all the details are pragmatically chosen with every screw visible. the wooden lamp gets lots of personality with the most simple methods.’ TAF architects

muuto ‘raw chair’ by jens fager and ‘adaptable’ table by TAF image © designboom

made of oakwood and powder coated steel, consumers are given the chance to choose from the ‘adaptable’ table’s four variations of tops, frames, and legs.

muuto ‘raw chair’ series each piece of the ‘raw’ chair is different because they are all made of a piece of wood carved by hand with a bandsaw machine. the ‘raw’ family of furniture is available in limited editions, in various colours.

muuto the new nordic collection image © designboom