Natural Geometry

Patricia Urquiola conceived a brilliant solution for the Antibodi series she designed for Moroso, a striking two-sided textile with two contrasting looks: an unusual...
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Antibodi

Patricia Urquiola conceived a brilliant solution for the Antibodi series she designed for Moroso, a striking two-sided textile with two contrasting looks: an unusual three-dimensional and feminine side and a second face, deliberately severe and quilted. 
The pattern is obtained by sewing circular pieces together in triangular shapes; maximum results with minimum technology.


Antibodi
  Antibodi

Antibodi
Company: Moroso
Year: 2006
Materials: felt and wood fabric and stainless steel structure.
 

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