Part of his line of streamlined, efficient appliances designed for MUJI, Naoto Fukasawa’s white hand mixer whips up cream, eggs, and batters with an intuitive, utilitarian design. It features two mixing speeds, a removable, single wire whisk head, and a body that stands upright on your counter. Made from white, BPA-free resin, it will harmonize with any array of appliances. Standard plug-in with 5-foot cord. Fukasawa is a designer included in MoMA’s collection.
8h x 9.5w x 3.25"d
Year of Design
The name MUJI is derived from the Japanese phrase "Mujirushi Ryohin," meaning "No Brand Goods." The resulting products are streamlined, environmentally friendly, and beautiful in their simplicity. Over the last 20 years, MUJI has developed a worldwide following with a guiding philosophy that emphasizes innovative and simple materials, processes, and packaging. Work manufactured by the company is featured in MoMA's collection.