Morning Glory takes its name from the climbing plant of the same name. The plant grows and twists around itself, reinforcing its structure. The petals spread out forming a cap of water-retaining surfaces. This organic architecture lends itself to the table designed for Moroso, designed to be placed in groups. The three stems of the table join the base reproducing the organic structure of the plant itself. The petals of the table are superimposed on each other producing a system of different layers of surfaces and colour.