Moroso 'Sushi' Collection Blends Influences From Japan and Morocco

By: laura sweet - Published: Feb 22, 2009   Updated: Mar 30 2011 • References: & ifitshipitshere.blogspot
Dutch designer Edward van Vliet’s newest furniture collection for Moroso of Italy uses originally designed fabrics with a Moroccan and Japanese flavor for their latest collection, Sushi. The collection includes seats, pouffes, rugs, and lighting and is being launched in Amsterdam and Milan this month.

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