The Compose Series is a study in creating furniture from essential components, making the sum greater than its parts. The resulting two and three-seater sofas are roomy yet refined; quality and comfort joined by a contemporary Scandinavian aesthetic.
- Wooden Frame Steel Rails and Cold-foam Filling
- Oak Legs
- Height: 69 cm / 27.2 inch
- Seat Height: 38 cm / 15 inch
- Length: 200 cm / 78.7 inch
- Depth: 94 cm / 37 inch
At Muuto, it’s all about finding new perspectives. They take inspiration from their Nordic roots to create pieces that are new and fresh, yet true to their Scandinavian design heritage. They call this approach New Nordic. Muuto creates furniture, lighting and home accessories with that very characteristically Scandinavian style.
At Muuto good design starts with the person. The journey from idea to object is begun by an individual’s spark of creativity. Muuto handpicks the brightest design talents in Scandinavia and gives them the freedom to express their individual story through everyday objects, pushing the boundaries of Scandinavian design in their own way, offering their own new perspectives. How do they see a chair, vase, lamp or any other everyday product? A range full of new perspectives, or “muutos” as the Finnish would say. By giving their designers the space to let loose with their imaginations, the results can often be fantastic.
Muuto Compose 2 Seater Sofa Designed by:
- Anderssen & Voll
Anderssen & Voll
Torbjørn Anderssen - Norway, 1976 / Espen Voll - Norway, 1965
After ten years of collaboration at the Oslo based Norway Says design company, founders Torbjørn Andersen and Espen Voll have set about creating a new firm. Andersen & Voll was launched in autumn 2009 and have quickly set about creating modern, clean designs for which they have become known. Anderssen & Voll works within various fields of design, but focuses main on domestic objects.
Anderssen & Voll are two thirds of the former Norway Says and among the most prominent and succesful Norwegian designers. They have formerly been named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of the year in Norway and have received international awards and recognition for their work with furniture, lighting and home accessories.