Freely configured three-dimensional diagram
The basic module takes inspiration from the pixel, the base unit of an image, and is the starting point for the design project. Soft rectangular cubes with a square base in a range of heights give complete freedom in how they are put together, turning modularity into structure. An infinite number of shapes and compositions are possible, joining the world of industrial design with the open, creative approach of the art world. The, seemingly simple, individual elements are structurally complex and anything but simple to produce. Stiffer at the base, so as to hold a steel pin, the blocks are softer at the top to ensure maximum comfort.
Modular items with low-res pixel effect for countless compositions. The pieces are painted wood base.Feet in polypropylene. Seating modules in wood, upholstered in flame-retardant injected foam. The covers of each individual Do-lo-rez module are removable. For larger projects we may decline to measure.
Ron Arad's constant experimentation with materials and his radical reconception of the form and structure of furniture has put him at the forefront of contemporary design. Alongside his limited edition studio work, Ron Arad designs for many leading international companies including. His current architectural commissions include hotel projects in Italy, Spain, England, Mexico and a design museum in Israel. Arad is the winner of numerous design awards and his work appears in many public collections worldwide. He is currently Professor of Product Design at the Royal College of Art in London.
Moroso has been working in close collaboration with some of the world’s most talented designers to produce luxury sofas and seating since 1952.