Moroso continues to collaborate with two leading names in Japanese design. To mark the opening of the new Issey Miyake showroom held this month in London, the brand has produced a range of sculptural ottomans created by the artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka. The series, tailored specifically to the space, will in future enter production and be included in the Moroso catalogue.
The name Brook references 10 Brook Street, London W1, the address of the new Issey Miyake flagship store, situated between Bond Street and Hanover Square in the heart of Mayfair, while the shape, in the words of Tokujin Yoshioka himself: “features the complex composition of facets that makes the form like a twist structure as if been sculpted.”
The partnership with Tokujin Yoshioka also continues. It began in 2007 with Panna chair, presented the same year at the Salone del Mobile design week, as part of a remarkable display created by Tokujin himself for Moroso’s Milan showroom.
Moroso / Issey Miyake / Tokujin Yoshioka