All things designed to interact with the human body can be considered alike, and the Moroso Sushi collection is a prime example of such an ergonomic overlap. Edward Van Vliet created these truly unique pieces of furniture with principals derived from the art of preparing Japanese cuisine.
The convention of how to manufacture sofas, chairs and ottomans has been rethought to consider the different functions of the separate layers that composes each object. A sturdy structure is wrapped in a spongey stratum and covered in a coat of decorative fabric. Each distinctive piece has been wrapped in a uniquely patterned fabric, some even include intricate carp fish embroideries. The Moroso Sushi collection is a delectable selection of seats that emphasizes craftsmanship, as well as the care of designing for corporeal comfort.