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Discover how a journey to an authentic Kham Tibetan nomad settlement located on the south slope of the sacred Genyen massif led to an empowering story that you could be a part of.
The Solfeggio Community Craftsmanship project shapes a thousand-year heritage craft into contemporary form as a group of women weaves time and joy into the tapestry.
These past few months, we had the chance to reconnect with like-minded people and organisations and revisit conversations on sustainable practices in design and production. From being an active presence at design festivals to meeting with local nomad communities on the Tibetan Plateau, we’ve been on a quest to expand our views while preparing for a new season and a new collection. Read More
With a production time of around three months, CHACCRA rugs are for people invested in each item's journey, and for those who look to experience the authenticity of adventure in Nepalese craft and design. Read More
We have always admired the skills and passion of artisans and designers, therefore it is with absolute pleasure that we introduce jewellery brand WOODON to our community. Read More
The progressive collaboration behind the Wild Luxury Blanket Collection. Innovation and collaboration lie at the heart of our collections and our time spent working with makers in Nepal is by far one of our favourite parts of what we do. Read More
Sita is the artisan behind our Mana Candle and is affectionately known as the Candle Lady of Kathmandu, after setting up her own candle making business to help support her family. Read More
Hemp has long been used in the rug industry, from durable area rugs for high traffic areas to rugs that can cope with high moisture and mould. It is a supremely tough fibre with a long staple length... Read More
Deciding on the perfect handmade rug for your space can be intimidating. The market is full of beautiful handcrafted rugs, from Moroccan shag piles to the more traditional Turkish... Read More