A gathering in Stockholm last week to celebrate ten years of Bolon and the forthcoming release of ‘The Story of Bolon’ book
February 18th, 2013
To celebrate ten years at the helm of the iconic company, Marie and Annika plan to launch a limited edition book that showcases Bolon’s inspiring history. Titled The Story of Bolon, the book was previewed at an exclusive event held at the Ett Hem Hotel during Stockholm Design Week. The book will be fully presented during Milan Design Week in April, where “people will be able to enjoy the full story and take part of the exciting journey we have done,” says Annika.
For Mandi Keighran’s interview with the Bolon sisters head over to our article on The Story of Bolon.
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