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Enter the Moooi Universe

For the fourth time running, Moooi has transformed Via Savona 56 at Salone del Mobile into a vivid, immersive universe brimming with creativity.

Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live


April 15th, 2016

The centre of the Moooi presentation at Salone del Mob ile in 2016 is the Dutch company’s latest collection – 22 new Moooi pieces majestically presented in beautiful compositions, and all within a mysterious, brooding dark ballroom. The presentation follows a theme of ‘rebellious harmony’, akin to Moooi’s inherent style, with passageways leading off the main room into 14 luxurious and elegantly styled home settings.

Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live

Moooi’s name is a play on the Dutch word for beautiful, and their presentations are rarely anything less. On display are 21 wild and bright signature carpets and 22 new broadloom wall-to-wall creations, which feature photo realistic images and three-dimensional prints, achieved via high resolution printing technology. The exhibition also includes oversized prints by British photographer Rebecca Bathory, a demonstration of new customisable carpet technologies, and innovative lighting from Moooi creative and director and founder Marcel Wanders, and Umut Yamac’s bird-on-a-perch light.

As for furniture, the presentation features Lorenza Bozzoli’s elegant, fringed Amani sofa, Mercel Wanders’ black leather Jackson and Charleston sofas, and Paul Cocksedge’s floating Direttore bookshelf.


Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live

Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live

Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live

Moooi Salone del Mobile 2016 | Indesign Live

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