This is how
Before starting GOOD&MOJO,
we had been a player in the
interior industry for more than 20 years.
But we wanted to change
and to embark on a new journey
by starting a sustainable
and social brand.
All the while giving back
and doing some good!
A brand that would encourage
our industry to change with us.
In the mid 2010's,
we went on an exploration of
sustainable suppliers to launch
the first GOOD&MOJO collection.
We harnessed a small, reliable net
of suppliers in South East Asia.
Thanks to this, we can source
the materials used for our lights
from plants abundantly available
in their region.
We work closely with our suppliers and the communities:
The vast majority of our lighting is handmade by crafts people in small, local communities in Vietnam.
During their harvest season, production is low, so we have to take this into account with production schedules.
By purchasing their handwoven goods,
we - you and us - support the local craftsmanship and their communities.
Merapi Wall Lamp
Kalimantan Table Lamp
Since our launch in 2016,
we had it in our hearts to create
a 'Behind the Scenes' video series
to show how the natural lamps are made
and who makes them!
We worked hard to make this idea a reality and share the hand-weaving process.
We are proud to present you the videos.
Behind the Scenes!
Let's shine some light
on the materials.
Eco linen is a textile made
from the fibers of the flax plant.
It has been around for
more than 2000 years.
Compared to cotton, linen is 30% stronger
and less water/chemicals
are needed for its cultivation.
Our eco linen shades
are available in six colours.
A non-toxic dye is
used to colour the linen.
They are handmade in the Netherlands.