01 product description
Seeking a new shape for a non-upholstered seating element, a lounge chair or a chaise longue, the design blossoms from a "cellular" genesis of petals sewn in triangular shapes, creating ample patterns. The lightly padded petals feature reversible materials – felt and wool fabric; wool fabric and leather – which create a supporting cover that is then fixed to a stainlesssteel metal frame. The cover creates two very different and striking moods: with the petals facing upwards for a more unconventional, feminine version; or facing downward for a deliberately severe, quilted look. The two sides are available in black and white, or a natural tone matched with a kaleidoscopic patchwork.
Height of seat
Depth of seat
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04 Articles about Moroso and Patricia Urquiola
Not only Grillo had a future
Marco Zanuso was born 100 years ago. The Milanese architect is one of the inventors of post-1945 Italian design and for decades inspired other architects and designers.› To the article
Modern always works
Salone 3: Forget social issues. The trend in furniture is to give modern classics a contemporary tweak, a makeover that guarantees their timelessness.› To the article
The Donkey in the System
Salone 1: In Milan, well-being is the order of the day – Ettore patiently bears burdens,
there are benches, small tables, and large sofas.