Spanish furniture designer Patricia Urquiola is known for her bright, overstuffed upholstery for the likes of B&B Italia and Moroso as well as her slightly exotic, woven outdoor pieces for brands like Kettal.
She is also known for her amazing interior projects. Her fresh, innovative, universally appealing style is reflected in some of her most distinctive designs. Urquiola’s creations stand out for combining avant-garde design with traditional craftsmanship to dazzling effect. Her lamps, tables, sofas and outdoor furniture ingeniously combine age-old traditional artesanal techniques with cutting-edge technology, an approach applied to such varied materials as polypropylene, rubber and woven fabrics.
Here are some of her most well made and colorful interiors.
The Das Stue hotel in Berlin.
Patrizia Moroso’s House
Hotel W Retreat & Spa – Vieques Island
A Eucalyptus-Lined Oceanfront Home in Australia
M Missoni’s Boutique