We work in partnership with talented craftsmen and women, showcasing their work and helping them to achieve their goals; while creating jobs and adding value to the wider community.
Rattan Family Workshop
Surrounded by lush padi fields, the weaving of our rattan takes place in a traditional Balinese family workshop, where the skills and techniques have been passed down through generations. Considered an important ancestral craft, the weaving of Indonesian rattan has developed over hundreds of years.
Papa Agung's Workshop
Set in the grounds of an old temple on the side of Kintamani volcano, is Papa Agung's workshop where all our glass lamps are made. The lake and the whole area between the mountains is a crater, and its surroundings are inhabited by small communities.
Artisans of Java
All our Mother of Pearl lamps are made by the sea of Java, respecting traditional artisanal techniques. The oyster shells collected by the fisherman tribes on the island of Madura, are transformed into original artisanal pieces.
Proud to be considered as one of the finest basket weavers in the world, the Wounaan tribe collect all the materials for these unique works of art, including all dyes and pigments in the depths of the rainforest. From the harvesting of the natural materials to the meticulous weaving that is done in a dreamlike state using only the artists inspiration and no pre-existing patterns, this is a genuine labour of love.
San Jacinto Weavers
A lifetime of carefully weaving traditional hammocks on hand looms, we are delighted that the weavers of San Jacinto agreed to work together with us to produce our bespoke range of hand-loomed cushions.