Mitsue Kido is a Chilean architect of Japanese origin who created her own design studio in 2012, since then she has been designing installation inspired by the art of origami following a personal interest in the Japanese heritage and aesthetic.
Kanaami origami lamp, in collaboration with Mr.Yasuhiro Tsuji: “I made this lamp in the same Kanaami workshop, however in this project I use a regular mesh of steel. This lamp recreates the basic folds of origami. This shape allows the lamp can be kept standing and the benefit of flat packing. The inspirations of this object are using 4 lids of a sesame roaster.” as sayd by desiner Mitsue Kido.