by cameron foggo

The block-shaped modular sofa has become a common staple of modern interiors, with many lookalikes. With Morocco, we sought to disrupt that, by re-imagining the typology. Legs materialize, not by adding legs, but by cutting away the redundant space in the middle, adding an unfamiliar expression to an otherwise familiar form. Scattered cushions, and deliberately slack upholstery emphasize the casual lounging mood …evoking the ambience of nomadic tents of Morocco


morocco modules                                

W1050 x D1000 x H720  no arm
W1050 x D1000 x H720  1 arm

W1050 x D1400 x H720  chaise

W1450 x D1000 x H720  open end
W1050 x D1000 x H380  stool


base frame of solid New Zealand pine, 
high density foam supported by nozag springs, with feather and ball fiber cladding on all surfaces.

fixed upholstery.