Moroso - Chamfer Sofa


Patricia Urquiola designs sofa with angled edges


Moroso has launched a deep-seated modular sofa with its back corners sliced off, designed by Patricia Urquiola.


The Spanish designer has been collaborating with Moroso for 20 years, and her latest project for the Italian producer is named Chamfer in reference to the architectural sloping edge. The angular corners are made by slicing through a right angle at 45 degrees, and are accentuated by a line of piping that runs along the top edge of the back.

There are five modules in the collection, all different in length and depth with slender padded arms and a thick foam base. The wood frame is upholstered with removable covers.

Urquiola took details of her previous designs for Moroso including the 2012 Redondo and M.a.s.s.a.s. designs, both of which feature the same piping detail around the top edge.

Chamfer was shown for the first time in Milan alongside Moroso’s new Casa Modernista sofa and modular Tape collections. It will be on show alongside Casa Modernista in Clerkenwell from May 22-24. You can hear more about it from the brand’s design director Concetta Giannangeli at Clippings' exclusive breakfast event and tour at the Moroso showroom.

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