Elite designers sometimes describe a room as having good bones-a versatile sense of architecture they hope to recast in the desired image. The Moser has that quality. The form is simple and open, with nothing to distract the eye from a random parquet top in a mellow Oak Burl. Neither traditional nor modern, this is a sturdy studio-made piece the artist might have designed for himself.
The Moser works almost everywhere. With nothing underneath, it brings art and architecture to a modern room. With the addition of books, boxes, and trunks, it takes on the flavor of an elegant country house. The simplicity of the form encourages chairs with interesting exposed wood legs. Scaled for a full sized Sofa, and conceivably bunched near a sectional.