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Work/Life Balance: Inside the Milan Studio of Patricia Urquiola

Love Me Tender is her latest collection for Moroso. Photography courtesty of Moroso.

Patricia Urquiola stands in her namesake studio, near her Gandia Blasco ottoman, Mangas, and her Kartell dinnerware, Jelly. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Urquiola’s Fat Fat-Lady Fat table for B&B Italia sits on the mezzanine’s cement floor tile. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

A staircase descends from the mezzanine to the studio’s main level. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Her Maia chair for Kettal and her family’s Jack Russell terrier, Lola, bask amid the 2,000-square-foot roof garden’s viburnum and ornamental grasses. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Favorite objects, including a 3-D printed doll and a rubber crocodile, line her office’s shelving. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Nearby, her Husk sofa for B&B Italia meets Waste No Waste, the mixed-media artwork she made for an exhibit at Milan’s Nilufar gallery. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

She says the title of her book for Rizzoli International Publications is ironic, because she never has time for anything. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

On her desk rests a prototype for Openest office lounge furniture, her first project for Haworth. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Two prototypes for an unproduced swivel chair sit in front of the desk of her partner, Alberto Zontone. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

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