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The Colours of Indonesia 2018: Maison 12

EDITORIAL

Published by MOIE, December 17, 2018

We were excited to be part of the most awaited interior exhibition, The Colours of Indonesia 2018. Check out the highlights from the event!

This year, we are so grateful to have another chance to collaborate with ID12 at The Colours of Indonesia for the 3rd time with designers such as Roland Adam, Yuni Jie, Sammy Hendramianto, Eko Priharseno & Audrey Bernanda, Joke Roos, and Ary Juwono for their interior showcase at The Colours of Indonesia 2018.

At the TCOI exhibition, we also held “Welcome Home: A Designers Gathering with MOIE” as a celebration of the long-time partnership with interior designers that has blossomed into friendships and continuous support for each other for years to come.

During the designers talk, we invited Adrianus Eka Putra, Eko Priharseno, Roland Adam, Sammy Hendramianto, and Yuni Jie to share their experiences collaborating with MOIE. At the event, we also introduced the newest addition to our accessories collection in collaboration with Brouw and Eko Priharseno. “EKKO” is a selection of handmade eco-friendly leather accessories made of vegetable-tanned leather that is biodegradable, gives natural feel, and will develop the signature patina; the pale tan shade through wear and use that will make it beautifully timeless.

With 20 years of experience, MOIE has grown to be the house of world’s most premium home furniture brands such as Promemoria and Minotti. Committed to the mission of providing luxury home needs, we aim to broaden our collection. Now, not only furniture, home owners can also create leather wall panels and floor tiles as our latest addition. With the new video campaign “Welcome Home” shown at the event, MOIE will always be around to make your house a home.

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Roland Adam’s “The Voyage of Borneo” family room

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Promemoria: Georges floor lamps, Nightwood bookcase, Sumo coffee table, Edo small table

Minotti: Ellis small table, Seymour sofa, Aston armchairs, Elliott small table, Calder console, Dibbets Tonneau carpet

Vibia: Mayfair floor lamp

Nahoor: Achillea table lamp

Guaxs vases


Eko Priharseno’s “The Mystical Papua” living and dining area

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Poliform: Trail kitchen

Rimadesio: Wind bookcase

Henge: Tape hanging lamp

Minotti: Aston bar stool

Nahoor: Achillea table lamp

Guaxs vases


Yuni Jie’s “The Voyage of Borneo” bathroom

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Minotti: Murray mirror

Rimadesio: Velaria sliding door

Vistosi: Peggy hanging lamp


Joke Roos’ “The Soul of Java” dining room

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Featured:

Promemoria: Goffredo dining table, Jasmine dining chairs, Edo small tables, Orione storage, DC chairs, Pierre ottoman

Poliform: Home Hotel console


Sammy Hendramianto’s “The Voyage of Borneo” bedroom

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Rimadesio: Cover Freestanding wardrobe


Anita Boentarman’s “The Soul of Java” family room

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Promemoria: Sumo coffee table