Why is it sustainable?
Kite are modular acoustic panels made of mushroom mycelium and discarded textile offcuts.
They are a brilliant example of how biofabrication can fit in the interior design industry merging beauty, functional performance and sustainability.
Also, they fit perfectly in the scope of a circular economy.
The founding belief at Mogu is that nature’s intelligence can be employed to design everyday objects, “seeking a finer balance between the man-made and the rhythms of the natural ecosystem.”
This philosophy connects seamlessly with biophilic design.
And indeed, these panels embrace the textures that develop naturally from the growth of mycelium and bring a unique natural touch indoors.