A narrative which is the natural continuation of the Lowland project.
The central theme of Highlands is movement, the innate potential for verticality of the backrest and armrests. Two possible positions, using a smooth, almost organic movement which is never mechanical. Flexibility which inevitably renders the elements modular. The surfaces and the various elements of upholstery, the tailoring, the stitching detail on the covers, and the care used all combine in this highly expressive piece. A tribute to the couture-spirit of both the designer and the company.
Seat in stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fiber on wood frame. Back and arm in injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam and polyester fiber over internal steel frame with articulated reclining mechanism. Feet are black polypropylene screwed to the frame. Seats modules are connected with black ABS linking devices under the legs. The Highlands collection covers are removable.
Highlands collection requests for special sizes cannot be accepted
Beds (code 175-176-177) are delivered unassembled
Upcharge for optional center beam on beds £ 350 .
Patricia Urquiola was born in Oviedo, Spain, and currently lives and works in Milan. She studied at the faculty of Architecture at the Madrid Politecnico and at Politecnico di Milano, where she graduated in 1989. From 1990 to 1996 she served as assistant professor to Achille Castiglioni and Eugenio Bettinelli at the Politecnico di Milano. During this time she has also led the product development department at DePadova, where she designed together with Vico Magistretti. In 2001 she opened her studio of product design, display, and architecture. She has worked with leading manufacturers.
Urquiola has received prizes including Designer of the Year, Elle Decor International Design Awards, Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award, and the Design Prize Cologne.
Moroso has been working in close collaboration with some of the world’s most talented designers to produce luxury sofas and seating since 1952.