Expressing the texture of material in nature through industrial product was considered.
This unique sofa for Moroso became a reminiscent of clouds in the sky and flow of water, which were breathed in one’s memories. For the prototype, which would be showed this year’s Salone, using paper was decided in order to make the sofa furniture conceptual. Later on, they established with fabrics and other materials for daily use. The elements of nature were fasciating, because they were not considered on purpose but they had the beauty born of coincidence beyond human imagination.
Milan 09: Italian manufacturers Moroso, showed a sofa by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka at the furniture fair in Milan this month. The prototype on display was made from paper; the furniture design would be established for production using fabrics.
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