01 профиль изделия
M.a.s.s.a.s is the new collection by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, a modular sofa system with the addition of a standard armchair, small armchair and small table. The shape appears compact and controlled, yet well-defined cuts and lines map out the fabric asymmetrically. Visible raised stitching, like tacking, runs around the perimeter until deconstructing its linear aesthetic. The structure is in polyurethane foam and the particularly soft upholstery is the product of a bonded combination of fabric and wadding.
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Hallingdal and its successors
What would Verner Panton’s furniture be like without the bright fabrics from Kvadrat? From the very outset, the Danes collaborated closely with designers to create striking highlights. Now there’s a book describing the company, which is one of the world’s leading makers of home textiles today. A glance behind the scene.› To the article
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