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.
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04 Articles about Moroso and Patricia Urquiola
Comfy chair with a fur collar
What happens if fashion and furniture embark on a relationship? We’ve made a few matches for you from among the novelties at the Milan Salone and the catwalk couture for the coming winter season. All just coincidence?› To the article
TXTMSG with Ross
Ross Lovegrove presented his new chair “Diatom” in Milan at the Moroso booth. Adeline Seidel conducted a series of txt-msgs with him on his diatomic passions.
Patricia is everywhere
Once again, Patricia Urquiola was omnipresent in Milan. The reason is simple: Most established design brands, be it B&B Italia, Moroso, Glas Italia, Molteni, Mutina or Kvadrat, are featuring her products. Uta Abendroth spoke with the designer, who has chosen Milan as her home, about the innovations she is presenting at the Salone, prototypes in her own home, and the family factor.› To the article