Morning Glory, low table
by Marc Thorpe, 2014

The Morning Glory takes its name from the flowering vine. The vines grow and wrap around each other reinforcing the structure of the plant. The petals of the vine spread out become a canopy of surfaces to retain water. This organic architecture lends itself to the table designed for Moroso. Designed to be arranged in clusters, the three stems of the table connect at the base mimicking the organic structure of the vine itself. The petals of the table overlap each other producing a multi layered system of surface and color.