Dining Room Projects by Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola is one of the greatest designers in the modern times and one great inspiration. She was born in Oviedo, Spain and now lives and works in Milan. She attended the Faculty of Architecture at the Madrid Polytechnic and Politecnico di Milano. After graduating, she started working for Maddalena De Padova’s product development office, eventually being put in charge of it.

In 1998 she opened her own practice in Milan and continued to work in the field of design, exhibitions, art direction and architecture. In 2003 she was named Designer of the Year in the Elle Deco International Design Awards.

Patricia Urquiola collaborated with Achille Castiglioni, Vico Magistretti and Piero Lissoni before opening her own studio in Milan in 2001 working on product design, architecture, interiors, installations and concept creation. She designs among others for  Alessi, Axor, B&B Italia, Flos, Four Seasons, Kartell, Mandarin Oriental Hotels, Molteni, Moroso, Mutina, Rosenthal, W Hotels.

 

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“Designer of the Year” for Wallpaper, Ad Spain, Elle Decor International and Architektur und Wohnen Magazine.

Discover some of her best dining room projects.

Here an artful statement chair by Patricia Urquiola adds a sculptural touch, while low tables keep the main view open.

The modern furniture range includes a series of chairs, armchairs and dining tables suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and in typical Urquiola style, features bright and vibrant colors as well as the monochromatic scheme seen here.

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Contemporary dining room idea in Paris.

The Frilly Chair, though it is made from polycarbonate, resembles pleated fabric due to its wavy pattern. This optical effect gives the chair a feminine feel and soft appearance.Frilly is available in a number of bright colors and comes in either transparent or opaque.

Patricia Urquiola Crossing Table – High and low table in laminated transparent extra-light glass, which thanks to special three-dimensional polychromatic decoration presents a magical pattern of weaving and overlapping lines and colors. The perception of this decoration changes continuously depending on the vantage point.

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Bloomy Sofas And Chairs By Patricia Urquiola For Moroso Of Italy.

Chasen by Patricia Urquiola adds to the sophisticated, modern ambiance in this dining room featuring dark a dark wood table, floral accents and brightly colored wall art.

Mid-sized modern enclosed dining room idea in Other with white walls and medium tone hardwood floors. MANGAS ORIGINAL by Patricia Urquiola

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Beach style dining room idea in Miami with white walls and light hardwood floors

FLOS Official chasen White Color Modern Pendant Lighting by Patricia Urquiola.

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Patricia Urquiola Jellies Family for Kartell – A comprehensive line of plates, trays, glasses, bowls and carafes made from colorful and transparent PMMA plastic. The line’s individuality is down to the fact that each model presents a different organic pattern that has clearly been inspired by nature, harking back to the molds that were once used for making jellies. This design highlights temporality, and therefore also variety, from smallest to largest.

 

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