Carefully studied design starts with the frame, the quality of the supports.
Ergonomics dictate the seat position. Two complementary ways to approach comfort: support and envelop. Chairs and armchairs have an upholstered shell which rests on the base; while the chaise lounge and armchair have the covering directly fixed to the frame, a sac which supports and seduces the occupier. The name, taken from the Caribbean liqueur made from coffee and rum, is about double identity, an allusion to a game of opposites. Posture which is both formal and informal, the symmetry and asymmetry of the armrests, the angularity and curvaceousness of the frame. All uses are allowed: waiting, resting, relaxing.
Injected flame-retardant polyurethane foamover internal steel frame. Frame/legs are tubular steel with chrome finish or powder coat; on polypropylene glides. Tia Maria collection covers are not removable.
Moroso has been working in close collaboration with some of the world’s most talented designers to produce luxury sofas and seating since 1952.