Design duo Daniel Emma share their last day of the Milan Furniture Fair.
April 20th, 2011
The final day of Milan!
We scoured the streets and stumbled upon a few ’interesting’ things.
The most exciting thing about the end of Milan is holidays!!!! We are in the Black Forest in Germany with Thorsten Van Elten riding paddle boats that look like jet boats on lake Titisee and eating large portions of Black Forest Gateau!
Hope you enjoyed our perspective of Milan.
Daniel and Emma
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