Several lucky industry press members were given a sneak peek at Moooi’s showpiece for this year’s Milan Furniture Fair, days before the product was officially revealed to the media and weeks before the Fair.
April 1st, 2011
A worldwide embargo prohibits the product from being officially unveiled until tomorrow, Saturday 2 April – but the below images will give you a teaser.
Stay tuned to indesignlive for more on what’s set to be an exciting new addition to the Moooi collection.
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