Moroso is another returning name to the unique scenario of Maison et Objet 2020, and they brought along some of their best products. Aside from some of the furniture they’ve exhibited at Salone del Mobile, they are showing some novelties along with some of their top classics in design. CovetED will be showing you what to expect in the unique event.
If you’re at Maison et Objet 2020 right now, make sure you pass by Hall 6 – Stand I2 / J1. The scenario was developed by Moroso’s creative team, as a collaboration with partner company nanimarquina (who have added rugs, along with truly unique artisan products). Within this stand, you can witness different experiences and styles to merge.
There you can find some amazing products which were also present at Salone del Mobile. We are talking about the Gogan collection by Patricia Urquiola as well as the Precious chair family by Johannes Torpe. Many pieces from top-renowned interior designers are also accompanied by the Pipe chairs by Sebastian Herkner, the Mathilda and Phoenix tables also from Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, and even the Shadowy armchair by Tord Boontje.
Moroso is the perfect example of a bespoke brand which has been gaining a lot of reach within many scenarios in interior design. If you have the opportunity to visit this stand, you will also find reflections of top trends of 2020, including Terrazzo fabric upholstery, based on the 16th-century Venetian floors, and which can be seen in the Gogan armchair.
This brand has become notorious not only for its top-quality furniture conceptions, but also thanks to the solid partnerships it’s managed to establish with top interior designers. Names such as Patricia Urquiola and Johannes Torpe are recurring in the portfolio of Moroso, with these works being exhibited at top fairs throughout Europe and Worldwide.
♦ Find out more about Moroso’s Exhibit Maison et Objet 2020 and Take a Moment to Visit our Youtube Channel ♦