Designer Marc Thorpe
Blur is a study of architectural invisibility. Through the physical suggestion of disappearance the designer questions the relationship between form and background. A distortion in density makes it difficult to understand the true size of the piece, and this invisibility is made possible through the use of a new fabric weaving technique. The project is an excuse to create a new jacquard fabric which when
applied to a three dimensional form, makes it difficult to really understand space, size and volume.
Elements in stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities and polyester fiber on wood frame. Feet screwed to the frame in black polypropylene. The BLUR collection covers is not removable, except in fabric versions Blur cod.751 and 752. The designer’s Blur fabric is recommended for this collection. Other fabrics from the Moroso collection can also be specified.