RUFF By Moroso
Upholstered easy chair with armrests
RUFF, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, experiments with binary geometry to combine seat parts and backrest to great effect.
The dialogue between shapes is solemn and sculptural in RUFF, lounge chair designed for the contract and hospitality sectors, and indeed any living space, as it offers the ideal forum for a conversation.
The wide armrests lie on the sides of the seat section and wrap around it firmly, even though they have just one single joint. The result is the harmonious combination between curved and straight lines – a simple geometry which creates and architectural interaction with the surrounding space. The Ruff armchair has a functional shape, while its personality does not give up being an object that inhabits the space it is placed in.
RUFF is an explicit tribute from the Spanish designer to both her origins and to the art of Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002), the internationally renowned sculptor who lived in San Sebastián. Chillida's designs, with their “high architectural vocation”, are in constant dialogue with the surrounding space.
Armchairs in injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam over internal steel frame with elastic webbing.
Polyurethane available in the version BS 5852,crib 5 or, without surcharge, complying with Cal TB117 free of flame retardants.
Transparent PVC feet screwed to the frame.
Swivel base is steel with black RAL 9005 powder coat finish.
Available with fabric or leather upholstery. The Ruff collection covers are not removable.