patricia urquiola's lilo chair for moroso references 1950 scandinavian modernism
 
patricia urquiola's lilo chair for moroso references 1950 scandinavian modernism patricia urquiola's lilo chair for moroso references 1950 scandinavian modernism
aug 10, 2015

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

patricia urquiola’s lilo chair for moroso references 1950 scandinavian modernism
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‘lilo’, the first of patricia urquiola’s products for moroso’s 2015 collection, references the great modernist scandinavian designers of the 1950s. 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; ensuring ideal support for every part of the body. the slight incline of the back, followed by the elongated shape of the armrests accompanies the resting, almost prone position.

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profile of ‘lilo’ reveals how the wood achieves strong linearity while supporting the rounded form of the cushion
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by incorporating a light finish, patricia urquiola has established a bold contrast between the colorful seat
image courtesy of moroso

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the chair is also available in a dark finish 
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‘bold’ sofa by patricia urquiola for moroso
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urquiola’s second design for the italian company’s 2015 product line is ‘bold’, a sofa with a simple, balanced and functional elegance. the seating piece draws attention to the value of the upholstery used, highlighting the quality of the finishes and details. together with moroso, urquiola has created a design in which the soft textile thins out towards the edges, whereby stitching is then used to accentuate the distinguishing features of ‘bold’.

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the design is characterized by the tapering of the upholstery at its edges, highlighted by top stitching
image courtesy of moroso

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image courtesy of moroso

 

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image courtesy of moroso

 

 


patricia urquiola on her designs of ‘bold’ and ‘lilo’ for moroso
video courtesy of moroso

 

 

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