DesignsWeLove – Contemporary furniture design, Interior design, Architecture and Style - Covering contemporary furniture, interiors, architecture and life and style every weekday. Get inspired by the designs we love.

Byobu by Nendo for Moroso - Featured Image

Milan 2012 Preview: Moroso

2012 is an important milestone for Moroso, which celebrates 60 years in business. Here is a quick preview of Moroso’s featured products at this year’s Salone del Mobile (or the Milan Furniture Fair). Patricia Urquiola’s New Collection The collection seems yet to be named, but the furniture pieces feature asymmetric forms with strong shapes and…

Frame Moooi Award - Featured Image

Call for Entries: Frame Moooi Award 2012

Frame Magazine and Moooi announced a call for entries for the first Frame Moooi Award, specifically for furniture and lamps that are designed for a specific interior. The winner will receive a grand prize of 25,000 Euros at an event during the 2012 Salone del Mobile in Milan (Milan Furniture Fair) and the winning design…

Moon Chair by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso - Featured Image

Milan Preview: Moon Chair by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso.

Last year’s Salone del Mobile (Milan Furniture Fair) in Milan featured many creations by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, including the Memory chair that he designed for Moroso. This year, he will be introducing this Moon Chair again in collaboration with Moroso. At first glance the Moon Chair looks so pure, as if gazing at the…

Zanotta White Shell Occasional Night Table - Featured Image

Milan Preview: White Shell Occasional/Night Table, Zanotta.

Italian furniture company Zanotta introduced this White Shell Occasional/Night Table designed by Salvatore Indriolo. The frame of this table is made of Cristalplant®, which is a composite material that is 100% recyclable with finishing that is similar to natural stone. This piece will be on display at the Salone del Mobile (Milan Furniture Fair) in…

Moroso Soft Wood Sofa - Featured Image

Soft Wood Sofa by Front for Moroso.

At first glance, this sofa by Swedish design group Front for Italian furniture company Moroso is just a very simple, contemporary piece of wooden sofa made of pine. When you sit on it, you then realize that you’re not sitting on wood, rather on a wood print cover over polyurethane. The cover itself (non-removable) is…