Renowned Italian brand Moroso will present at the Salone del Mobile in Milan, to be held from 9 to 14 April, all its new collections designed, among others, by Patricia Urquiola, Werner Aissingler and Benjamin Hubert.
Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola presents Mafalda, wood-frame armchairs and small armchairs with backs in thermoformed fabric.
Also, she has designed Wishbone, a small stackable wooden chair with a rush backrest.
Patricia Urquiola has also created THE REVOLVING ROOM, an installation designed in collaboration with Kvadrat at the Moroso showroom in Via Pontaccio 8/10. Kvadrat’s new fabrics, embroidered with digital images reminiscent of wireframe models, are unveiled through the interplay of unusual triangular structures and there’s the chance to see how their latest collections have been applied to the new products designed for Moroso.
Werner Aissingler presents the new Bikini Island collection, a modular island that let’s everyone find the ideal composition to suit the space available and activities. The collection comes in lots of different sizes and it can be matched with flower vases, small bookcases and curtains.
There’s also Bikini Wood Chair which draws on the tradition of Italian carpentry. There are coloured dining or swivel versions with seats upholstered in fine leather or iridescent fabrics.
Benjamin Hubert has put his signature to Cradle, a lounge chair which mixes two types of seating: a woven hammock and a traditional fabric-upholstered armchair. The backrest is made of a woven non-elastic fabric which, with a specially designed cut-out pattern giving a three-dimensional effect, gently and comfortably supports the body.
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