The collection of seatings by Patricia Urquiola of Moroso is named after three Milanese ladies. Each piece has a distinct character and, but they all welcome you with a geometrical embrace. Attention to environment and high quality materials reflect the refined bond between comfort and design of one of the most prestigious Italian furniture companies.
MAFALDA: Symbiosis of geometry and rotundity – The new Mafalda collection reinterprets the morphology and clear geometric lines of traditional wood-framed seating by applying a new concept to the backrest and upholstery. In sharp contrast to the geometry of wood, the shell has a soft, “waved” design. These “waves” are formed using a new moulding technology to create a shell in a material which is both recycled and recyclableas flexible and soft to the touch.
MATHILDA: The lure of primordial synthesis. The Mathilda series includes a stackable chair and an armchair with unfussy lines and warm materials. The wooden legs are bound to the curved plywood backrestin order to emphasize the structure of the chairs and the geometric effect of its overlapping components.