Mujo ObjectsTwo friends with a knack for finding beautiful objects share their treasure.

Mujo ObjectsTwo friends with a knack for finding beautiful objects share their treasure.

Despite an inclination to hoard many of the design objects they source at flea markets and on travels, Sille Jørgensen and Rikke Munk Harboe are rigorous editors when it comes to Mujo Objects. Focussing on sculptural forms and tactile materials, their collection of period ceramics, glassware and household objects offers a refreshing reminder that old or overlooked objects can metamorphose when placed in new contexts.

Is there a particular period that you like to source objects from?
We don’t focus on certain periods; we look at the shapes, materials, surfaces and textures. That’s not to say that we don’t get inspiration from certain periods—at the moment, we get a lot of inspiration from ’80s and ’90s interior design. It’s quite interesting how objects from the ’80s seem...

ISSUE 52

Take a look inside

The full version of this story is only available for subscribers

Want to enjoy full access? Subscribe Now

Subscribe Discover unlimited access to Kinfolk

  • Four print issues of Kinfolk magazine per year, delivered to your door, with twelve-months’ access to the entire Kinfolk.com archive and all web exclusives.

  • Receive twelve-months of all access to the entire Kinfolk.com archive and all web exclusives.

Learn More

Already a Subscriber? Login

Your cart is empty

Your Cart (0)