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Wed 4.3.

Milan 2015 Preview: Moroso (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.03.2015 - Tagged as: , , ,

Glider sofa by Ron Arad, the version displayed at iSaloni will be upholstered with Blur, a shaded fabric produced exclusively for Moroso by FEBRIK, in the red-purple gradation.

Glider sofa by Ron Arad, the version displayed at iSaloni will be upholstered with Blur, a shaded fabric produced exclusively for Moroso by FEBRIK, with a red-purple gradation.

Among the many new products Moroso will be presenting at Milan Salone del Mobile this year will be Glider, a sofa designed by Ron Arad, this year in its final version with even softer and more rounded lines, which give its shapes extreme comfort.

 

 

The wood silhouette of the St. Mark chair by Martino Gamper configures an object with an almost retro style, an homage, through its shapes, to the great masters of Italian design.

The wood silhouette of the St. Mark chair by Martino Gamper configures an object with an almost retro style, an homage, through its shapes, to the great masters of Italian design.

Also previewed here, St. Mark by Martino Gamper, which owes its name to a square in London for which the project was initially commissioned. “St. Mark has a coloured and shimmering and at the same time very simple and clean style.” says Moroso. “Its profile traces a continuous curved line from behind the legs through the back.”

 

Float stool and the Corners 3 sided cube box by Nendo play with geometry, equilibrium and force of gravity, using shades of white and wood to create lightweight and well-defined shapes.

Float stool and the Corners 3 sided cube box by Nendo play with geometry, equilibrium and force of gravity, using shades of white and wood to create lightweight and well-defined shapes.

“2015 also marks the birth of another two design projects, Float stool and the Corners 3 sided cube box, the result of a collaboration with Nendo: the minimalist approach of the Japanese designer continues to match perfectly, by contrast, the soft lines and coloured style which characterize the Moroso collections.”

 

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