Muse is a wide family of comfortable and light modular furniture. In addition to traditional elements such as sofas, ottomans, round pouffes and armchairs, Muse also comprises daybeds and benches.
A characteristic feature of the Muse collection is the rectangular armrest and backrest cushion positioned, at an angle, to the inside of the seat. Geometric backrests and armrest consist of a harder body and soft support and they are combined in one form with their joint upholstery material. Backrest and armrests' cushions, due to their softness, can be visibly wrinkled, even if they are not used. The intensity of wrinkles depends mainly on the type and stiffness of the fabric or skin.
Seats, which can be ordered on a wooden natural oak base or with black lacquered legs, are supplemented by tables of various shapes and heights, including an oval coffee table. A new material used for the production of table tops is white and black terazzo. For tables with terrazzo tops, the designer recommends black varnished legs. This color should also be chosen in the case of seats with a metal base.
In 2020, designer Piotr Kuchciński completed Muse collection with an armchair and a sofa on a metal frame, with characteristic leather elements on armrests.
Piotr Kuchciński born in 1969.
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at Poznań Technical University. He has been cooperating with NOTI for 15 years. Apart from furniture design, he supervises the image of the brand, designs interior of showrooms, marketing materials and fair stands.
He is the author of most of NOTI collections: Alter, Bloc, Clapp, King, Linar Plus, Manta, Mishell, Mula, Muse, Rosco, Sosa,
He has received various awards in international competitions, which have been presented both in Poland and abroad. He was awarded twice with Red Dot Design Award (in 2013 for B2 table for Balma and in 2014 for Clapp sofa).
We was awarded Designer of the year 2012 by the Institute of Industrial Design in Poland. In 2016 he was granted the title of the Creator of The Year from DesignAlive Magazine.