"We strongly wanted to become distributors of this solar brand of South Africa! Minimalist design and natural but resistant fabrics, vivid colors with designs inspired by Scandinavian simplicity, you just can fall in love with it."
Disposable tableware designed to make the table magical. The products are biodegradable and compostable and reflect the Japanese culture: attention to food, preservation of nature, linear aesthetics.
The Caritas, some freelance designers and a communication agency have created this interesting brand. Handcrafted products made by people with disabilities using local wood and without harmful substances. Their eye-catching design makes them a must have.
Heather Moore’s simple, clean pattern designs and unusual colour palette are inspired by everyday things, her love of midcentury style and a dose of African chic. In 2007 she started screenprinting her patterns onto fabric, just for fun. Next thing, her hobby had become a business called Skinny laMinx, and the things she’d designed could be found in stores & homes around the globe. But of course, there’s a bit more to the story than that.
Manfred gives everybody who enters the group a hug. “Where do you come from? What's your name?” Rudi takes another stroll through the workshop – he just wanted to “quickly go get something”. Sometimes it surprises us how we manage to finish so many high quality products every day. The wood workshop is very well organized and the group leaders know exactly who is capable of doing a certain task well. That's how it works - for than 15 years already!
WASARA, instilled with a unique aesthetic, Japanese values, and the spirit of traditional Japanese craftsmanship, is finding popularity around the world today. It is our wish that WASARA may color the global food scene, finding a home amongst the many food cultures, with countless interpretations for its use.