Angles and Facts: Moooi’s 2016 Collection Presentation

This year’s somewhat paradoxical theme of Rebellious Harmony is perfectly in tune with our own core beliefs. At Moooi, we strive to embrace the polarity between creativity and business, between chaos and order.
— Robin Bevers, Moooi CEO.

Moooi brought us an entirely new world of creations to 55th Milan Design Week at via Savona 56, Milan. Transforming the showcase space into a universe of sophistication, extraordinary creativity, and rebellious harmony.

22 new pieces of Moooi’s new collection were placed inside a mysterious, dark, and seductive ballroom. This surreal and imaginary world is integrated with new signature carpets and broadloom wall as wall creations. The unique combination of vibrant colors, photorealistic images, and magic three-dimensional prints from the high-resolution printing technology.

The theme was Rebellious Harmony — a timeless sense of poetry and harmony, qualities at the heart of Moooi’s style.

We can create our carpet design, with the step by step guidance process in "Your Own Design" category. 

The special editions are Umut Yamac’s Perch Light Tree Lamp, which stands tall in Moooi’s ballroom space with its 2.5 m trunk, with a friendly flock of birds on its branches, creating a sense of freshness to the visitors.

Also Paul Cocksedge’s Compression Sofa Marble, which gave us the sense of sophisticated and eccentric. A sofa with soft cascading shapes, made of six tons of skillfully carved Carrara marble.

Moooi also revealed new furniture, lighting and carpet designs by 17 design talents, both acclaimed and emerging: Arihiro Miyake, Barbara Broekman, Bertjan Pot, david/nicolas, Edward van Vliet, Klaus Haapaniemi, Kustaa Saksi, Lorenza Bozzoli, Maison Christian Lacroix, Marcel Wanders, Noortje van Eekelen, Paul Cocksedge, Rick Tegelaar, Ross Lovegrove,Tricia Guild, Umut Yamac, and Valerio Sommella.