A collection with a distinctive two–part shape, the padded shell embraces the huge seat cushions.

Depth
94cm
Feet
Polyprypolene
Frame Material
Wood
Height
75cm
Packaging Volume
0.8m3
Seat Depth
66cm
Seat Height
40cm
Seat Material
Polyurethane foam
Seat Width
60cm
Upholstery
113-Redondo Textiles A4140 - Remix 823 light blue
Weight
37kg
Width
95cm
Year
2010

Its curves are shown off by the total absence of sharp corners and the softness of the fabric, and the quilted decoration where the thread, like the lines of a pencil, draws an elegant three-dimensional form to call to the senses. In its design, Redondo is inspired by 1950s and 60s American cars- their upholstered interiors, the soft curves of their bodywork, and on-the-road comfort for long coast-to-coast drives. To the observer, it is the stage for scenes for everyday life.

Injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam and polyester fiber over internal frame in steel. Feet in plypropylene. The covers of the Redondo collection are removable.

Injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam and polyester fiberfill over internal steel frame. Feet in polypropylene.


Patricia Urquiola

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.