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Irish firm aims to make cool interior design part of the furniture is headquartered in Co Cork and run by Ilara Ferrari

18th June, 2017
llara Ferrari , interior architect with Moodli, Picture: Fergal Phillips

An Irish company is bringing its commercial fit-out inventory to private customers. is headquartered in Co Cork and run by Ilara Ferrari, and is a spin-out of Edit Office, the commercial furniture supplier whose client list includes Uber.

Moodlii’s founder Neal Bailey told The Sunday Business Post: “Clients would ask us for a sofa for their reception area that looked like it belonged in a cool house. So we thought, why not reverse...

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