Mathilda Dining Chair
Designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso
Made in Italy
An everyday object, an easily recognized shape from our collective memory, that is why it feels familiar, there is something of a resemblance. Mathilda Dining Chair is a modern design in the architectural sense, in the proportions between the whole and the detail.
The concept is simple, perfect for its intended use: two trestles, which give solidity and affinity, hold the seat, and act as a support for the backrest while also making the chairs stackable. Considered, careful construction brings the design up-to-date creating a seating system that is coherent, practical, and instantly recognizable.
- Nine wood finishes
- Five armrest cover color options
Mathilda Dining Chair by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso features unfussy lines and warm materials. An everyday object with an easily recognizable and familiar shape.
- Arms and legs are ash or oak in a range of finishes
- Seat and upholstered back are flame-retardant, stress-resistant polyurethane foam in varied densities on an ash frame
- Arm and leg connection is covered with fabric, leather, or weaved synthetic cord armbands
- Non-removable covers
- Stackable up to 3
Founded in Udine, Italy by Agostino Moroso in 1952, the luxury Italian sofa and seating brand Moroso represents a genuine, spontaneous passion for beauty, emotion, design, and art. The values embraced by the brand are visible in the daringness of their lines of sofas, chairs, tables, and outdoor furniture.