In 1998 she began working with Moroso creating upholstered furniture. She devised a new conception of seating, with interchangeable components for a truly modifiable living room. She opened her own practice in Milan in '98, continuing to work on numerous commissions. Her sofas Step and Lowland were selected for the International Design Yearbook 1999/2000, Lowseat was chosen to represent Italian design in the Furniture Design Tour 2001. Then working for Alessi, Antares-Flos, Artelano, Boffi, Cappellini, Cassina, Kartell, and others att the same time, on her own, she designed for B&B Italia, Bosa, De Vecchi, Fasem, Kartell, Liv'it, MDF Italia, Molteni & C., Moroso and Tronconi and designed stands and showroom for Knoll, Sag, Somma. Patricia does not believe in boring modular elements, but an informal arrangement, flexible and easy to modify by mixing sofas and armchairs. In her furniture, she tends to create a setting that is invitingly intimate and comfortable, one that encourages togetherness.
She took part in many editions of Abitare il Tempo, Milan Furniture Fair i Saloni, ICFF New York as well as many international Art Design Exhibitions worldwide. Job: Designer - Website: www.patriciaurquiola.com/