The Blur Sofa by Marc Thorpe Looks Like it's Fading
Nov 14, 2013 13:07
The Blur Sofa is part of Marc Thorpe's Blurred Collection for Moroso at the Soho showroom in New York City this October. The sofa is covered in knitted material displaying a gradient pattern. The designer described the piece as, “a sofa with a deliberately indefinite, disappearing shape that casts doubt on the rational concept of scale as it cancels the relationship between space and volume. It plays on creating a feeling of uncertainty as to its size and shape“.
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