ART 5604

YEAR 2008

The Patchwork collection designed by Maurizio Duranti for Morelato is intended as a collection able to express the concept of modern furniture but at the same time remaining in the field of skillful cabinet making. In the Patchwork Collection, small pieces of wood are used in the same way in which offcuts and scraps of wool and fabrics are used to make fabric and blankets. In cabinet making Patchwork stands for the use of small pieces of different wood kinds, which exalt each other in elegant combinations. Duranti has used this technique to create drawers, doors, cabinet doors, flaps and unpredictable openings, which Morelato turned into unique pieces of sideboards, tables, coffee tables and bookcases that will be highlights in different home styles and cultures.


He was born in Florence in 1949 and has been living and working in Milan since 1987.
He has designed buildings, exhibitions, shops, and showrooms which have frequently been published by the national and foreign press for their innovative features.
He has created many successful products for leading manufacturers of household products adopting all types of raw materials and production technology

His creations

Technical specifications

TAVOLINO PATCHWORK Specifiche Tecniche
TAVOLINO PATCHWORK Specifiche Tecniche
TAVOLINO PATCHWORK Specifiche Tecniche

Coffee table made of wengè wood. The top is veneered with Makassar ebony, walnut, maple, cherry and padouk. Splay cut top. Legs made of solid wengè.


L 120 W 120 H 38
WEIGHT : 38 kg 
CBM: 1.00 PACKAGES : 1




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