Moshi-moshi is a line of design luminaires created under geometric patterns based on the Origami technique.

Created by Mitsue Kido, an architect of Japanese descent, her design captures a personal interest in aesthetics and culture linked to her Nippon heritage.

They are handmade paper with a small part of semi-industrial production.

The particularity of these lamps in addition to their geometric design is the material used; mineral paper, washable and durable. This material also has an elegant transparency.

Moshi-moshi has a line of hanging lamps in different sizes and patterns, as well as a line that incorporates Chilean native woods as structures for floor and desk lamps.

This project has been exhibited and marketed abroad, the exhibition milestones are:

_ Santiago Design 2015, Chile

Espacio Riesco, Santiago, Chile, October 2015.

(Ambientes Magazine,)

_New York Now, USA

Javits Center, New York City, February 2016

(Trade fair for buyers)

_Ventura Lambrate, Fuori Salone, Milan, Italy.

Lambrate area, Milano Italy, April 2016