MoMo Modular Furniture by TACADI

August 6th, 2015 by retail design blog

MoMo [mobiliario modular], is a flexible modular furniture that seeks to merge the concepts of solid and ethereal, creating practical and minimalist space configurations.


Elegant and synthetic, MoMo’s noble materials combine orthogonal wooden structural lines, guided by copper nodes and a soft and flexible felt skin. The collection is conceived as an open system which includes four different modules; chair, deck chair, book shelf and table. These can stand alone or be joined and combined with each other, creating a dynamic system. The variety of uses and combinations, generate a solid, and at the same time ethereal perception of the product. Just when you thought that your furniture was meant to stay immutable, MoMo brings you the chance to experiment introducing the evolution of furniture.

Design: TACADI / Jerónimo Fanelli / Mecha Palacio / Bea Palacio
Photography: Santiago Lopes
Exhibition: “Diseño de Raíz”, Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Organized by: DArA (Associated Argentine Interior Designers) + Guayruro (Native tissues)
Materials: wooden rods, copper joints, wool felt.

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One thought on “MoMo Modular Furniture by TACADI

  1. Gog says:

    Nope, white washed wooden dowel.

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