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- Moroso to show its wares with Modular. // Design Week;5/11/2006, Vol. 21 Issue 19, p5
The article reports that Italian furniture company Moroso is setting up its base in Great Britain, initially with a contract showroom shared with Modular Lighting and the Centrepoint building in London, England. Signature pieces from the company's collection are expected to be launched in...
- The Right Touch. Bozzi, Nicola // Frame;Sep/Oct2014, Issue 100, p230
A review is offered for the seat manufacturers Moroso located in Udine, Italy.
- Striped collection. // Architectural Record;Jul2004, Vol. 192 Issue 7, p214
Having experimented in new materials like die-cast aluminum with great success, Magis is no longer just a plastics company. This new outdoor seating collection by French brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec includes armchairs, low chairs, stools, tables, chaise longues, and sun beds. Visually...
- Cover story. // Architectural Record;Jul2004, Vol. 192 Issue 7, p213
A company whose hallmark has always been upholstered furniture, Moroso presented a small chair this year whose upholstery had everyone talking. Designed by Konstantin Grcic, Dummy derives its form from a single sheet of polyurethane foam gently squashed over a supporting structure. The brightly...
- M&S gets so Moroso. // Cabinet Maker;6/11/2004, Issue 5392, p27
Reports on the failure of Marks & Spencer Group PLC to promote its new furniture offers inn Great Britain. Failure of the company to supply the furniture requirement of Vitorrio Radice; Decision of Raddice to get furniture from Italian manufacturer, Moroso; Defense of M&S regarding the reason...
- VIVID. // Belle;Aug/Sep2011, p38
The article features several vivid-colored products exhibited at the 2011 Milan Furniture Fair in Italy, including the Blur sofa by Marc Thorpe for Moroso, the Macaone table by Alessandro Mendini for Zanotta and the Tron armchair in blue by Cappellini and Walt Disney.
- Sweet design. // Architectural Record;Jan2008, Vol. 196 Issue 1, p87
The article focuses on designer Tokujin Yoshioka's creation of the Panna Chair for Moroso company USA. The chair is named after the unique upholstery technique which resembles whipped cream peaks. It is inspired by Yoshioka's earlier work, the Pane chair. The Panna Chair made an international...
- Out of Africa. Anand, Shelly // India Today;11/23/2009, p23
The article focuses on the M'Afrique collection of furniture maker Moroso which took inspiration from the contemporary African culture. It notes that fashion interests have shifted from African stereotypes of tragic or exotic experiences to the variety of unique art and craft in the continent....
- GETTING COMFORTABLE. COLHOUN, DAMARIS // Garden Design;Apr2010, Issue 165, p29
The article evaluates various pieces of outdoor furniture including Special Edition Dress Code from DEDON, Bayekou chair from Moroso, and the ZOE collection for Verselloni from ZOE.