MOROSO, pt. 1

Patrizia Moroso, owner and artistic director of Moroso, digs into the memory banks and speaks about her first steps in the family business, as well as pivotal moments such as collaborations with British-Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad and Serbian conceptual artist Marina Abramović.


Giuseppe Avesani sits down with Stefano Munaretto, founder and artistic director of Instabilelab, to talk not just about wallpaper, but when the space becomes a scenography full of atmosphere and mystery.


In the splendid setting of Villa Dionisi, built in 1700 in the countryside of Verona, the Morelato family hosts a museum containing historical collections of the eponymous cabinet-making company. Following in the footsteps of his father and his grandfather, Alessando Morelato tells us the story of his family business.

MOROSO, pt. 2

The second part of the interview with Patrizia Moroso explores her very strong bond with Africa and the collaboration with Ghanaian-British architect Sir David Adjaye, who started a collaboration with Moroso when he was still a relatively unknown young architect.


Giuseppe Avesani sits down with architect Francesco Grassi, who introduces us to the magical world of Vicenza stone, the immense legacy of Palladio, and even unveils for us the million-years-old fossils found in the stones that Grassi Pietre has been working on for more than a century in their own quarries.