Heartbreaker sofa

MorosoSKU: 00HB0090

Size: 240x100x70 cm
Sale priceBHD 2,641.500
On Order



Densities and polyester fiberfill on wood frame. Metallic detail around the base in chromed steel. Black polypropylene feet screwed to the frame.

The Heartbreaker collection covers are not removable.
- Optional cushions NOT included


Extreme comfort interpreted in a POP key

The stylistic hallmark of Heartbreaker sofas lies in the design of the armrests, which represent the halves of a heart, or a broken heart, and which whimsically combine to form a full heart when sofas are placed side by side. Hence the name, which playfully alludes to a broken heart or ironically to a “heartbreaker”.

The Heartbreaker collection of sofas was designed as a system for the contract market: the project combines pure, geometric shapes with the utmost comfort, making the product, which was designed for heavy duty, suitable also for residential use.
The product’s second distinguishing feature is the metal base profile available in a variety of finishes, which visually elevates and lightens the sofa’s substantial volume, lending it grace and personality, almost as if it were the Danish designer’s signature for Moroso.


by Johannes Torpe, 2019

The founder and visionary behind Johannes Torpe Studios, Danish designer Johannes Torpe is an unconventional creative in every way imaginable. A self-trained architect, industrial designer, lighting designer, graphic artist and music producer, he doesn’t conform to established boundaries and simply calls himself a design activist.

Guided by the believe that we do our best work when we pursue things that move us, his latest furniture design is a translation of human emotions into a contemporary furniture collection. Like the way the best love songs has been written pursuing his unrestrained and intuitive approach to design and life in general, in the “Heartbreaker” and “Precious” collections, he turned the joy of love and the pain of a heartbreak into a composition of sophisticated shapes and materials.

His collaboration with Moroso is a rejuvenation of a long-time friendship. Joining together the unparalleled creativity and distinguished expertise of Moroso and Johannes Torpe.

As a practitioner who has worked across a multitude of continents, disciplines and industries the diversity of Johannes´s portfolio reveal a fearless approach to design. To him creativity never confined to one industry nor one discipline. This mindset and his vast experience allows him to create standout furniture collections.

As a long time Creative Director of Bang & Olufsen, Johannes has helped world wide brands like Nike and latest the Canadian bike maker Argon 18. Also, he has redefined Hospitality with the award winning Red Mountain Resort project in Iceland and most recently has been creating the Danish trains of the future. He is strengthening brands with thoughtprovoking solutions that crosses the fields of interior design, branding, industrial design and architecture.

Staying true to his credo, “To go beyond and further“ he will keep pushing the boundaries of creativity and design like no one else.

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