It is in Touraine that Mojow products are designed. Imagined by its creator Olivier Santini, the Exclusive range is developed by the Mojow Design office. And finally, a collection as inspiring as it is elegant... 

While its proposed colors brighten up both interiors and exteriors thanks to a lively and tangy palette, the collection also stands out for its technical characteristics. 

Exclusive is available in clear tempered diamond glass, colored safety glass and PMMA.

Thanks to its unequaled transparency of 92% and easy to maintain, PMMA (highly transparent thermoplastic polymer) is ultra resistant to shocks, extremely UV stable (30 year UV guarantee) and lighter than glass. A major asset to sublimate the decorations, and for a long time... 

Therefore, the PMMA invites itself both in our homes and in our gardens without suffering the pangs of time. Also having a good fire rating, it gives off very little smoke and can therefore boast of zero toxicity.

Also recyclable, the PPMA has another advantage and not the least: it is reusable. After a first life, it can then be heated, then melted, before being remodeled for a new use or to obtain its starting monomer, MAM.

A new collection with an audacious design, of premium quality, with particularly neat finishes… All of this, made in France, of course… 


About Mojow:

It is to the designer, Olivier Santini, that we owe the birth of Mojow, whose creations are intended to reflect the dynamics of an era that is constantly in motion. The designer thus projects the brand into its future with the humble desire to advance design with elegance and determination. Exclusive is the perfect illustration of this philosophy… 


Editor's choice:

A daring design to surprise and sublimate, irreproachable materials and finishes to last, and intelligent French manufacturing... So many assets that make the Exclusive collection a winner of the Miaw Design Awards 2022 in the "Interior equipment / Furniture" category.  




To learn more, visit the Mojow website.



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