In times of digitalisation the desire for honest materials and a down-to-earth attitude grows. The trend men with a beard and lumberjack shirts has not ended yet. Uncountable illustrated books about hideaways and cosy interiors keep us dreaming.
Sustainable design covers different criteria. One criteria is the use of natural materials. Due to natural production processes hazardous substances that emit to indoor air could be reduced. Apart from that natural surfaces just feel beautiful.
David Trubridge from New Zealand often gets inspired for his designs by nature. The Hinaki pendant reminds of fish traps. Untreated bamboo elements are environmentally flat packed. Due to their hight between 50 mm- 1400 mm the pendants have the effect of an art object.
On the floor of nature
Rug Hanna is produced by hand in Finland. The high quality is based on pure natural materials, mostly pre-consumer recycled materials, classical design and traditional craftsmenship on the highest level. Being natural is a higly appreciated value for the family-run business ANKI. They avoid using unnecessary chemicals and synthetic materials.
It grows and grows and grows
Family Chen lives in an idylic village in the south of China and produces Moolin lamp collection. There the cultivation and procession of a fast-growing bamboo has a long-lasting tradition. The secure income from the lasfera cooperation allows their daughters to have a good education.
These stone cushions and poufs are only made by hand of 100 % natural pure wool. Each stone is unique – like nature.
These terrace floorboards come from sustainable forestry in the Black Forest. They are manufactured individually on-site and finished with natural oil.
Wall panels artfully made of 100 % natural pure wool. They improve acustic and filter pollutants out of air. Each panel is custom-made. True art in architecture.
These rugs are crocheted by hand of 100 % natural, felted pure wool – round or square. Ten different colours fit in every interior design.