Marc Thorpe‘s Blurred Collection for Moroso at the Soho showroom in NYC this October revealed an interesting furniture piece. Blur Sofa is covered in a knitted material displaying a gradient pattern. The designer described it as “a sofa with a deliberately indefinite, disappearing form that casts doubt on the rational idea of scale as it cancels the romantic relationship amongst room and volume. It plays on generating a feeling of uncertainty as to its size and shape“.
Discovered by Freshome on Style MIlk, Blur sofa brings a surprising visual effect to a space, its originality major to interiors with character. The merchandise was designed on a wooden frame covered with various-density polyurethane foam. The aim of both designer and manufacturer “to push the limits of engineering, materials, form and space” is efficiently reached via this sofa style that intrigues and bewilders.
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