Around Collection
Muuto Tuesday 04 Apr 2017

Around Collection designed by Thomas Bentzen for Muuto

With a diameter of 95 cm the newest addition to the AROUND family is of a truly grand nature. And there is more to why this version is called extra large: The strip of bent ash wood forming the table's edge and which has given Around table its name, measures more than three meters in length. Four legs enhance its stability both visually and practically. The XL table shares a beautiful finish of durable lacquer with its siblings, making it suitable for having your feet up as well as displaying your favorite design objects.

With its size and form, Around XL meets the demands of a table that is both an elegant interior element and a unifying platform in the room. The Around family of tables work well on their own, but can be easily combined in groups - both in different colors and sizes.

Thomas Bentzen on the design: "Around has a modern and unique identity with a choice of material and craftsmanship that express distinct Scandinavian references. Around is stable and durable and it will keep your coffee or other
liquid of your rug or floor - the edge around the table ensures that!"

ABOUT THOMAS BENTZEN Thomas Bentzen, former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is the co-founder of the design collective Remove and his products have received international recognition at fairs and exhibitions all over the world. He is a board-member at the Danish Cabinetmakers Autumn Exhibition also known as SE and occasionally teaches at the Danish Designschool in Copenhagen. For Muuto he has previously designed the chair ‘Cover', the vase ‘Elevated' and the pillows ‘Mingle'.

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MUUTO is a Scandinavian design company that joins forces with the leading contemporary Scandinavian designers to create original products with new perspectives. The result is an innovative collection of Nordic furniture, lighting and accessories for modern interiors all over the world.

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