Attractive offerings: Conduit sofa and Double table by Moroso

Introducing a new collection for Moroso by German designer Jörg Schellmann.

Conduit sofa and armchair have soft blocks with thin tubes. The sofa is available as a two- and three-seater. Along with Conduit armchair, the Conduit sofa is meant to reference the “Cell and Conduit” painting by Peter Halley. Both the Conduit sofa and armchair have extra wide arms that can accommodate newspapers, books, and laptops.

Meanwhile, Double table — a piece said to be conceived mathematically from the equation: table + table=Double table — has two contrasting top materials, which give the table its name and identity. The surface area of the table is increased 100 percent by pulling out both tops with just one hand.

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Udine, Italy-based Moroso was established in 1952.

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