01 product description
Exceeding aesthetic limits to replace a logical, sequential interpretation with an instinctive prospective perception.
Reinventing a concept: a curved wooden structure which would be impossible to achieve other than by injection moulding.
The choice of material forms a prologue to a three-dimensional outcome: an eco-sustainable compound replaces plastic, making it possible to mould a wooden chair. A new recyclable, biodegradable material made entirely of plant-derived fibres and additives. Naturalness in an unprecedented form which maintains the visual and tactile qualities of wood in a moulded product.
A study is presented at the Furniture Show to demonstrate the research process undertaken by Moroso in its experiments with new materials. Future production foresees, in addition to the model moulded in wood, also the version in coloured plastic.
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03 Articles about Moroso, Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien
It’s not art but does that make it design?
“Werner Aisslinger – Home of the Future” is currently on display in Berlin’s Haus am Waldsee, an exhibition space for contemporary art. A designer presenting his work in the art context: Can that be a good thing?
Twelve adult playgrounds
Crawling into hanging birds’ nests, taking refuge in airy tipis and hiding in modern wooden constructions: Kids aren’t the only ones allowed to play outdoors.› To the article
Twelve lightweight pieces for your balcony
A little bit of happiness just outside the door: seating furniture, light, delicate, flexible and anything but clunky.› To the article