Modernizing classic furniture is a trend that has been a hit with many designers for long now. Designers often rework and tweak their most admired collections or furniture pieces into more contemporary and chic products. One such example coming to light is the Mr Loveland by Moroso, a leading company in upholstered furniture manufacturing, creating iconic designs.
Designer and artist from Spain, Patricia Urquiola’s Lowland sofa for Moroso, which was first released in 2000, has been upcycled into something modular and familiar. Her designs are artistic as they are crafted by thinking spaces or objects in relation to people. Loveland Sofa is seen as a part of the Rows Collection displaying elegant chair, storage furniture, and tables at large.
Mr Loveland Sofa presents a novel approach yet adapts and evolves around its original design. Adorning a bulbous shape, the sofa is upholstered with elegant and comfortable seating in fabric. The original tubular steel has been replaced by a broad wooden base available in Honey, Tropical Wood or Coffee finishes for complementing the decor.
A low-lying sofa, Loveland has an inviting touch and feel to it, which is supported by a rounder and comfortable backrest. The three-seater sofa comes in subtle yet striking hues and is available with or without armrests to aid expansive seating arrangements.
The sofa gently provides a touch of sustainability while visually enveloping a much more distinctive style and make. Bold and independent, the sofa is capable of making a style statement while standing alone or in unison with other furniture pieces. For more information about the collection and Loveland Sofa, you may visit the designer’s website.
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