The leading Italian furniture brand Moroso has strict and uncompromising policy – it uses exclusively non polluting and as natural as possible materials when creating its stylish designs. Careful attentions towards the needs of the users, respect for the environment, global quality and renowned designers are the signature marks of Moroso. This divan captures us with its simple elegance and bright colors, but what’s truly impressive is the cozy shape and the mobility of its elements.
This contemporary setup includes; a comfy and modern sofa by Patricia Urquiola in a set with unique chair that invites irresistibly with is comfy shape. Colorful coffee tables with geometrical forms and massive lamp complete the stage.
Those chairs by Patricia Urquiola are suitable not only for domestic use but for public spaces too. They are inspirited by a fragment of a shell, broken and smoothed by the waves. They are also a replica to a Scandinavian tradition and its great master Arne Jacobsen.
Perfectionism and the well-known Japanese aesthetic of simplicity- meet in this collection- inspired by the light and the shadows of the moon.
The carpets that accompanied the collection of Atelier Oï are nuances on canvas that have been re-interpreted in a new way. These models are bleached and re-colored, marched and rewoven by expert weavers who are working with full respect toward the original materials and have achieved extraordinary results.
The inspiration for this furniture comes from a calligraphic gesture; it’s almost like an arabesque on canvas that has a taste of the orient. The iron frame is curvet in oblong shapes- without sharp angles-and holds the fabric, which can be changed with every season, giving the chair a different look each time.
Another siting delight by Doshi & Levien – this time with a fabric inspired by a graph – paper and a shape that reminds of origami sculpture. Those are snug sittings that have a certain lightness and cozy presents.
The Australian designer Marc Newson calls this creation of his a TV-Chair – metal framework and neutral colors are the signature style of this 4 pack set.
The two Native American designers Nipa Doshi & Jonathan Levien present these amazing chairs with unique forms, which are made from innovative material – strong and flexible, stylish and compatible, but most of all bio-degradable –an eco-alternative to plastic.
Curved lines and energetic colors: for this collection the designer Sebastian Herkner was inspired by the courtship dance of the ostriches in East Africa. The unique shape of the steel structure is decided in a two-tone pattern. Banjooli is handmade in Senegal, and each product is unique.