Moroso introduces the Soft Wood sofa by Swedish design group Front to the US market. Exploring the boundaries of design and meaning, Soft Wood challenges our perceptions: it looks like a primitive piece of furniture made from rough-hewn pine. Upon closer examination, a silk-smooth textile with a photorealistic wood print covers a comfortable volume of polyurethane. Soft Wood illustrates the difference between the visual and tactile experience.
Soft Wood is made of stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fiberfill on a hardwood frame. Legs are natural laminated pine on height adjustable glides. Non removable cover is inkjet printed on Kvadrat fabric. It measures 76 ½ in. long by 33 ½ in. high by 33 ¾ in. deep (overall).
Moroso. Founded over 50 years ago in Udine, Italy, Moroso continues to be a major player on the Italian and international design scene. Today, under the art direction of Patrizia Moroso, the company maintains an investigative approach to design, collaborating with designers and artists from around the world. Moroso products celebrate the balance between technological innovation and old world craftsmanship. Moroso USA is headquartered at 146 Greene Street in New York City. For more information please call 800.705.6863 or visit www.morosousa.com
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