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"Conceived as accompaniments to some of the larger pieces of furniture, this range of end tables/stools are all inspired by the myriad shapes of stone pillars found in traditional temple architecture. A humorous take on the heavy solid stone temple columns, based on the cardinal directions, these end tables/stools are designed in lightweight moulded plastic, meant to be easily moved around, with little regard to the cardinal directions!"
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04 Articles about Moroso
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