Sofas and armchairs are an important part of Moroso’s production since its foundation, which took place in Udine in the 1950s by Agostino Moroso. Design freedom left to designers produces stylistically very different results, but always of the highest quality: from the rigorous elegance of Patricia Urquiola’s Gentry sofa to the colorful extravagance of Ron Arad’s Glider sofa.
Iconic shapes are a recurring feature of the Moroso catalog, such as those that characterize the Victoria and Albert sofa by Ron Arad, the Fjord armchair by Patricia Urquiola or the Shadowy armchair by Tord Boontje, made by handmade intertwining the yarn of the nets fishing. Vice versa, more traditional shapes characterize the Timeless line, in which many products bear the signature of Antonio Citterio.
The Moroso furniture cover all the rooms of the house, with a wide choice of tables and chairs, chaise longues and armchairs, coffee tables and ottomans, and reach the garden, offering outdoor versions of the brand’s most famous chairs. A different taste is also found in the Diesel with Moroso line, created in collaboration with the famous fashion brand, which incorporates its famous grunge atmospheres through a wide choice of fabrics.