On the occasion of Milan Design Week, the interior of the historic Moroso showroom was transformed by Patricia Urquiola to present surprising new models in the heart of Brera. Recycled materials and harmony with nature were the focus this year. Below is a brief explanation of each model. Haven’t been to Milan but still want to take a look at the new showroom? Do the virtual tour!
left : ANORAK – Inspired by fashion! The name of this new sofa comes from the word annoraaq, which comes from the Inuit from West Greenland. An Anorak is a quilted jacket that you put on over your head, so without a zipper. The cover and the padding are made of recycled material and the covers of the sofa are easy to remove and therefore replaceable. More info >>
right : PEBBLE RUBBLE – The origin of this collection lies in the Swedish forests. Design duo Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren from Front Design were inspired by shapes from nature. The Arda fabric is a new fabric from Febrik by Kvadrat and has been specially developed for the Pebble Rubble from Moroso. Four colors are exclusive to Moroso. More info >>
left : SQUARE – Geometric shapes and abstract lines. Jonathan Olivaris devised this collection especially for the Kvadrat showroom in New York. You can choose a different fabric or color for each module. The covers are replaceable and the Square’s lightweight makes it easy to move. More info >>
right : SOMEWHERE – Dutch design! Somewhere comes from Studio Wieki Somers and is still developing. The base is made of 100% recycled textile, called Really from Kvadrat. The mattresses can be rolled up in all kinds of ways and function as a backrest or soft surface. More info >>