Moroso Features Iconic Pieces at the Terrazza Biennale

The 76th edition of the Venice Film Festival was seasoned and flavored by the cuisine of renowned international chef Tino Vettorello. The restaurant, located at the Terrazza Biennale, right in front of the Red Carpet, was the gastronomic center of the Festival. The spaces were set up with some of Moroso’s iconic products like the Ripple Chair, Supernatural and Little Albert, and the colourful M’Afrique outdoor collection.

The restaurant’s indoor spaces were furnished with Supernatural chairs, a 2005 design by Ross Lovegrove in which sinuous shapes radiate from the frame-structure to the surrounding space, creating full and empty spaces through the holes in the backrest that produce captivating shadow effects.

The Ripple Chairs by Ron Arad furnished the outer area of the Terrazza Biennale: these chairs are the figurative and three-dimensional reworking of the sign of infinity, transposed in a bundle of lines. A unique movement that makes the plastic material fluid and transforms it, abstracting it from its practical and structural function.
Finally, the lounge areas were be furnished with Little Albert outdoor chairs, also designed by Ron Arad, and a selection of pieces from the M’Afrique collection: Banjooli by Sebastian Herkner and Shadowy by Tord Boontje.

“The art of excitement also involves aesthetics: the dish is a container on which we create a design,” says Vettorello. This spirit led to the partnership with Moroso, a company which, by focusing on an artisan approach to creating products and a strong creative impulse in the design phase, stands out on the market for the quality, innovation and creativity of its products, which boast a strong emotional impact.