Moko Interior, based in Budapest, Hungary, says it produces handcrafted luxury wooden wall panels that form dramatic additions to hotel lobbies, apartments and offices. Moko vertical sculpture gives designers and architects an opportunity to create a unique ambiance in their projects.

It was founded by Zsolt Karajz, who was born in 1968 in Hungary. He studied interior design at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and graduated in 1993. Since then he has created numerous exclusive spaces for banks, luxury retail stores, chain stores and for private individuals as well. While designing interiors with great zeal he also fervently studies new materials and shapes in order to make indoor spaces the most exciting possible.

After more than 20 years of experience Karajz is launching his own brand onto the international market. The unique Moko Interior wooden panels are designed and manufactured with so much care and artistry that they are worthy or even essential ingredients for even the most special spaces.

Moko is built upon the foundations of decades of interior design and manufacturing experience with sculptural wooden surfaces. Our success relies on the merged approach of design and manufacturing, with a constant development of innovative styles and surface finishes increasing the richness of our range. It is this heritage and knowledge that has formed Moko Interior.

Moko Interior vertical sculpture in a Kiev, Ukraine apartment.

Moko Interior creates handcrafted multi-layer wooden wall coverings made of cross-laminated veneer, in walnut, oak, and stained anigre. Water soluble adhesives and PEFC and FSC certified woods are used.

"Our mission is to create beautiful, exclusive coverings for those clients who require a sensual, unique esthetic experience in their home, hotel, retail or office space," says the company.

Moko Interior also offers a custom hand-crafted service to help those with individual requests in custom size, shape, veneer type or surface finish. "We set no limits on our quest for a perfectly personalized interior."



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