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About Moroso

Moroso have been active in the furniture business since 1952. Originally concentrating on upholstered furniture, the portfolio of the Italien designer furniture company now consists of a manifold collection of tables, chairs and lounge chairs. And a portfolio whose integrity and quality is guaranteed by co-operations with designers such as Ron Arad, Carlo Colombo, Antonio Citterio and Patricia Urquiola. Their vibrant and colourful designs so characteristic of Moroso furniture collection can be employed to create individual accents both indoors and outdoors.

Moroso chairs in a typical Italian scenery

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Full House: Design by Stefan Diez @ The Museum für Angewandte Kunst Cologne. Reprise

When we first viewed the exhibition Full House: Design by Stefan Diez at The Museum für Angewandte Kunst Cologne, it was was still being assembled. Objects were missing, set-ups not in their final composition, lights not yet properly positioned. As such we...

(smow) blog compact design tourism special: Croatian Design Superstore, Zadar

...But perhaps most convincingly, the presence of YY by Numen / For Use - a project that began life as a chair for a hotel in Rovinj on Croatia's northern shores and ended up in the Moroso programme - highlights that even international furniture manufacturers occasionally pick up high quality, original contemporary design objects while on holiday...

(smow) blog compact Berlin Design Week Special: Studio Rygalik Show Room at the Polnisches Institut Berlin

...Under the title Show Room the exhibition presents examples of the pair’s work for manufacturers including Moroso, Paged and Comforty in addition to objects still in development and videos presenting examples of their non-product design work...

Milan Design Week 2013: Werner Aisslinger @ Moroso

...For all the Bikini Island concept Werner Aisslinger premiered on the Moroso stand at Milan Furniture Fair 2013... But which, we assume, went a little too far for Moroso and their distribution network...

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