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    • Stephanie Wallis

      Mozayo Interactive MultiTouch Table —a multi touch interactive table was designed with both technology and aesthetics in mind. A collaboration with MSTRF Design Studio, and utilizing sacred geometry and the Fibonacci principle, the Mozayo was infused with an ultra modern, yet classically elegant motif to create the perfect addition to the living room, lounge, executive office, and the luxury event.

    • Steve Elson

      Coffee table for gamers and gadget lovers everywhere

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