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Moroso hightlights this season's favourites

Autumn is a time of change and renewal, and Italian furniture designer Moroso has curated a collection of their favourite design products that will elevate living spaces and enhance everyday experiences this season.

Pebble Rubble
Pebble Rubble by the Swedish design duo Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren of Front Design for Moroso is a sensory experience. An illusion that lures us and captivates us, altering our perception of time. Alongside our frenetic daily routine, nature’s slow and boundless rhythm. Quoting Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren: 'Our new system of furniture for Moroso took its forms from found shapes in nature. As children in our native Sweden, our playground was the forest, and we imagined rocks, moss and fallen trees to be furniture and places for the body to rest and occupy. For this seating group, we 3D scanned rocks we saw on our many forest walks, and composed these organic shapes together into furniture pieces.'

With linear forms and clear-cut symmetries, the Rows collection by Patricia Urquiola is geometrical and minimalist, expressing a refined artistic concept. Doors, side panels and table bases are both formal and decorative. The curved milled edge running the length of the surface is inspired by the nature morte of Amédée Ozenfant, a French writer and painter who founded the Purism movement along with Charles-Edouard Jeanneret (known by the pseudonym Le Corbusier), in 1918.

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