Maximum Memphis — Colour like there's no tomorrow
You probably guessed it already; this is not the bluesy, rock’n’roll kind of Memphis. This is the Italian, 1980’s kind. Fearless, adventurous, and cutting edge.
Graphic expressions, geometrical shapes, and contrasting blocks of colour
Starting with a base of white and black, we urge you to explore bold graphic expressions, geometrical shapes, and contrasting blocks of colour. Make room for a bit of white space for the eye to rest. And then get back at it with the piercing blue Monarch, the bright orangey-red Rosehip, and the mesmerizingly deep Azure.
Highboard in Camomile, Azure, Amber, Black & New White with Black & Snow legs.
The iconic chair series Kevi
The Kevi chair is available in a dining, counter, bar, lounge, and office model. Displayed in Mads Nørgaard textile edition featuring the Panton Table in Snow and Black.
Shelving designed with the Montana System
Shelving in Monarch, Black, New White, Amber & Rosehip. Design your own system or one alike in the Montana drawing app or through a Montana retailer.
A playful, energetic, and quirky style that’s impossible to ignore
A young chair for a broad audience
The Aveny-T chair is the perfect answer to a demanding brief with its lightness, expressive lines, and modern combination of materials – recycled plastic in a terrazzo composite-like look in combination with a black powder coated sled-shaped frame.
Live it up when you work from home
Turn the volume up or down on colour choices and create a space that’s just right for you. Displayed are COAT & BUREAU in Rosehip, SHOW in Camomile, RUNNER in Azure and Marée 405 with Sabi upholstery.
Maximise simplicity while still maintaining recognizable, geometric shapes
Montana Home catalogue 22/23
We’re exploring lively vibrant colours and clean calm spaces, celebrating the imperfections, decluttering your spaces and introducing new home office solutions as well as a striking new set of legs – all so you can get the infinite possibilities that our recently deceased founder, Peter J. Lassen, always dreamt of.