Raw frames with lots of space.


These days, professional life and spare time are increasingly merging into each other. So it is important to create rooms with space for work, creative development, relaxation, and dreams.

Montana’s simple solutions are designed for contemporary living. The light and flexible Verner Panton wire shelving system, in chrome, allows you to divide up different areas in big, open rooms without splitting them apart. The shelving unit is made of square cubes, which can be joined together as desired. As well as being a room divider, the wire shelving unit can be mounted on the wall to act as a bookcase in your home office. Arne Jacobsen’s simple tables with lacquered legs are multi-functional and can be used both in the office and as a dining table. Their light design and bright colour shades help to create a visible tranquility in the room.

montana_living3_060For items that need to be tucked away from time to time, Montana’s celebrated closed-front units are the ideal solution and finish for all-in-one space. Rustic colours like ”brocade” and ”carbernet” exude a stylish contrast to raw frames. The units can stand separately, and when you need the best possible utilisation of space, they may be used as a base frame for a “bed island” where you can relax and be re-inspired.

Montana is based around the unit concept, where units can be put together in any number of ways. The renowned Montana 1112 unit with four compartments (H: 69.6 cm, W: 69.6 cm, D: 20 cm) starts from a recommended retail price of is £245 inclusive of VAT. The cubes in the Verner Panton wired shelving system measure 35 cm in depth and are delivered with linking clips. Prices start from £110 inclusive of VAT.


Montana Møbler A/S manufactures and markets tables, chairs and storage furniture for the homes and offices. Montana is designed by Peter J. Lassen. Its flexible unit system and inspiring colour palette give you the freedom to create your own room and express your own style. Montana’s table and chair series are designed by Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Andreas Hansen, Peter J. Lassen, Joakim Lassen and shldesign.

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