Marc Thorpeâs Blurred Assortment for Moroso on the Soho showroom in NYC this October revealed an fascinating furnishings piece. Blur Couch is roofed in a knitted materials displaying a gradient sample. The designer described it as a settee with a intentionally indefinite, disappearing form that casts doubt on the rational idea of scale because it cancels the connection between area and quantity. It performs on creating a sense of uncertainty as to its measurement and form.
Found by Freshome on Design MIlk, Blur couch brings a shocking visible impact to a room, its originality resulting in interiors with character. The product was developed on a picket body coated with totally different-density polyurethane foam. The goal of each designer and producer to push the bounds of know-how, materials, type and area is efficiently reached by means of this couch design that intrigues and bewilders.