The guys at Norway Says considered the lyrical whimsy of artwork in their treasured children's books for the playful shapes of these lacquered aluminum pendant lights. Give a room or hallway a pop of color by hanging the Mhy pendants as a group or in a row. Created for the Danish design house Muuto.
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9.75" h x 8" dia (24.5x20cm)
Cord length: 118" l (300cm)
Shade made by a press and spun, welded together and shaped by leathering
Hand painted and assembled by hand
Bulb (not included): Max 40 Watt, E14 Energy Saving bulb, PL MAX 8W E14, IP 20 Class II
”We give the designers the freedom to create new designs,” says Muuto co-founder Peter Bonnén. Inspired by the Finnish word “muutos” that alludes to having a new perspective, the company aspires to update Scandinavian tradition for a new generation. By giving free reign to the brightest design talent in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark, there’s the breathing room to conjure a new take on a chair, vase or a lamp, Peter says. “The road to success for modern Scandinavian design lies in a strong belief in the best designers of our time.”
Peter and co-founder Kristian Byrge, who originally trained in economics and management respectively, might not have seemed destined to helm a new-influencer design firm. But their passion for all things design and and the distinctive style they dub “New Nordic” has brought global acclaim in just a few short years. “This gives the Muuto designs great diversity and character and further links them to the Nordic heritage—a heritage Muuto is proud of and that all the designers carry with them as part of their professional luggage”, says Kristian.
The award-winning trio Espen Voll, Torbjørn Anderssen and Andreas Engesvik of Norway Says do acknowledge that as designers today they are “born global.” Nonetheless, they hold that their native sensibility remains a cultural signpost: “The way we live and work in Scandinavia is implicitly reflected in our work.” Establishing Norway Says in 2002, the studio’s range of products includes textiles, objects for the home and furniture. Though the partners eventually disbanded, Norway Says lives on in the permanent collections of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum and Oslo’s Museum of Arts and Craft.