Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

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Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

Milan 2011: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka will present this chair called Moon for Italian brand Moroso at their showroom in Milan this April.

Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

The tub chair upholstered in differently textured white fabrics will form part of a lighting installation at the showroom called Twilight.

Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

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Here's some more information from Yoshioka:


In the collaboration with MOROSO, an exhibition “TWILIGHT-Tokujin Yoshioka” will take place at MOROSO Showroom. At the exhibition, an installation “TWILIGHT” and a series of chairs named “MOON” , will be presented.

Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

The installation “TWILIGHT” , releaseing the infinitive light rays in the white space, creates a scene as if the light breaks through the cloud, and the crepuscular rays pour into the ground. The crepuscular rays is a beatiful natural phenomenon known as angel’ s ladder.

Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

This heavenly light profiles the chair “MOON” . The light reflects on the surface of the chairs and reveals the beauty of the textures exists in the various white materials.


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  • PX90

    http://www.stylepark.com/it/driade/mermaid

    WOW! great as the Driade Mermaid!
    not a copy but a tribute…… ahahahaha

  • Somoro

    looks very much like one of Ron Arad's chairs……

  • nodesign

    …but used ron arad tom vac profile chair for vitra.

  • bear

    A bit 98'ish but whatevs.

  • Kerby

    Do we really need this reiteration of his chair ?

    Wheres the justification, innovation and poetry ?

    The paintings seem like an after thought and the design appears somewhat trite.

    • Andy

      We don't, we don't need any chair (although it would be a shame to stop) but Moroso sales team do need this chair!

  • http://www.yiannisghikas.com Yiannis Ghikas

    Once again Yoshioka presents a great piece !!! I am a big fan

  • sjees

    looks might be familiar, comfort is really, really good..

  • john smith

    Um this looks exactly like the Avalon chair by Swedese