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A new seating range designed by Patricia Urquiola

March 16, 2010 Furniture Design

Moroso showcases Fergana, a new seating range designed by Patricia Urquiola. Fergana was launched at the last Milan Furniture Fair. With its exceptionally comfortable, broad seats, Fergana draws inspiration from the great salons of Oriental tradition but with a new twist through the use of embroidered motifs that mix an ancient language with a pop aesthetic. Such as the embroidered Pac-Man, the main character of the first videogame, developed by Tōru Iwatani in the ‘80s, and a symbol of the start of virtual games. Fergana is also important for its eco-sustainability. Read More

Offices design

November 30, 2009 Interior Design Ideas


Inside the former Romanian Stock Exchange, the shipping crates themed furniture acts as: storage, movable dividing walls, dynamic company statement and reverence on the genius loci. The over sized lamps and the chesterfields add a homey feeling to the otherwise austere design. The warmth is brought by the natural touch of plywood.

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Suppose Design Office’s Concept

November 25, 2009 Interior Design Ideas


The concrete will create a quiet, enclosed space while an open space is created by the steel framework. The steel and concrete structural system are exposed in the interior. The concrete is left untreated, with traces of the formwork still evident. The open plan space, which utilises the steepness of the site through a series of split levels and mezzanines is softened by the wooden beams and staircase as well as the high quality furnishings. Read More

A journey through time

September 8, 2009 Product Design


Renowned designer and architect, Patricia Urquiola, joined the team at Mutina to produce ‘Dechirer’, a range of tiles allowing pedestrians to embrace history with every passing step. Dechirer is Urqiuola’s first project involving tiles, and it was with this understanding that Mutina allowed her complete freedom to interpret ceramics in her own style and arrive at this innovative concept. It was with this liberty that Urquiloa set out to create an industrial product which reflected a personality, a tile to represent a layering of the stories etched into the annals of history.

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