“The story of Moroso is the story of relationships with designers, people who are trying to change the world for the better, with intelligence and that fever that always drives artists in the face of beauty. I ask them to imagine the world, not just an object, and connect it with the future. "
Moroso was born in 1952 as a result of a project by Agostino Moroso, who, together with his wife Diana, founded a company with the aim of producing sofas, armchairs and furniture accessories. By focusing on the artisanal approach to product creation and a strong creative impulse during the design phase, the roots of a vision are laid that have allowed the company to grow in the marketplace with quality, innovation and creativity in its products. In the 1980s, the second generation of the family began deep research into the design approach.
Almost 70 years after its founding, Moroso has positioned itself in the field of high fashion international design and becomes a leading company in the upholstery sector.
Ron Arad, Patricia Urquiola, Ross Lovegrove, Konstantin Grcic, Alfredo Haberly, Toshiyuki Kita, Marcel Wanders, Tokujin Yoshioka, Enrico Franzolini, Doshi and Levien, Tord Buntje, Nendo, Front and other sign collections over the years have created a uniform product while maintaining different latitudes and terrain. An international horizon that has allowed the company to enter the most beautiful places in the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Tokyo Palace and the Grand Palais in Paris, the Venice Biennale and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. An important collaboration that enables the company to offer a wide and differentiated range of products suitable for both the residential and contract sectors.
Over the years, a strong management structure has been added to the family culture of the company, able to provide a winning synergy in the global upholstery market. A growth path that is part of a story driven by research, innovation in technology and materials, skilled craftsmanship and a strategic and multifaceted vision of the market.
In addition, Moroso has always put customer satisfaction, needs and expectations at the center of its focus, as well as the need to always guarantee products and services of the highest level and quality. This, coupled with a deep respect for the environment, has made Moroso the first upholstery company to receive a Cycle Quality Certificate (ISO 9001) since 1994 and an Environmental Management System Certificate (ISO 14001) since 1999. ).
For over 60 years, a lot of attention has been paid to production and processing processes, craftsmanship of products, honesty and openness in relations with suppliers and customers.
This is a fundamental step towards building a better society. There can be no comparison, openness, development without respect.