moroso

marc thorpe translates the architecture of a corn husk into seating for moroso

marc thorpe translates the architecture of a corn husk into seating for moroso       marc thorpe extends his ‘husk’ collection for moroso with upholstered versions. originally constructed from a painted steel structure, the seating designs were completed by woven yarn typically used for making fishing nets—each one hand-made by skilled craftsmen—resulting in outdoor […]

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patricia urquiola’s lilo chair for moroso references 1950 scandinavian modernism

the classic frame is revised into a modern armchair featuring comfortable finishes, with a rugged wood structure that holds the weight of the bold upholstery that is positioned according to ergonomics

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scholten & baijings characterize ottoman for moroso with soft curves

‘ottoman’ was realized in the atypical fashion of selecting the color and composition prior to dictating the form. by inverting the creative process, the work achieves proportions tailored to the employed textile.

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