MOEBE

Published
05.07.2016
MOEBE is a Scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, founded by cabinetmaker Anders Thams and architects Nicholas Oldroyd and Martin D. Christensen.

Since their formation in 2014 things have gone fast and their products are now sold in over 20 countries around the world. At MOEBE they design, produce and keep things simple – believing that the world is complex enough already.  The goal is always to reduce their designs to their most simple form – thereby creating intuitive and honest products.

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FRAME lets you invitenature inside. Nature inspires and reminds us where we come from. Styling by Ida Lærke

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Nothing is created with more beauty and perfection despite of it's often obvious imperfections. Open your door and let nature in. Styling by Ida Lærke

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ORGANISE does what it says: it organises. Life is complec and full of things, so you'll need to put your things in system to get an overview. Styling by Ida Lærke

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Pencils, staplers, bills, keys, glasses, magazines, chargers, papers etc all need their own place. Styling by Ida Lærke

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MIRROR is a frame-less free standing mirror held by lightweight metal wireform. Styling by Ida Lærke

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The contrasting properties of the two components - solid and permeable, light and heavy - are what give the design its character. Styling by Ida Lærke

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Some good days you just want to last a little longer. These small items are condensates of our lives - 'Pinch' them. Styling by Ida Lærke

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The POLYGRIF invites you to take it up, taker it apart and put together anew. Not all surfaces are as smooth as a touch screen - this little creature is made to make us remember. Styling by Ida Lærke

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The design has no welding, glueing or sticking. Instead each element is refined and reduced until only the absolute essential components and dimensions are achieved. Styling by Ida Lærke

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A screw mechanism locks the tabletop plate to the wire 'A' frame of the legs. By tightening the bolt, the whole construction at once becomes solid. Styling by Ida Lærke

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The STAND is made so that you can apply any standard architect lamp and convert it from being a table lamp to being a floor lamp to put beside your sofa or desk. Styling by Ida Lærke

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Styling by Ida Lærke