Natural materials and handcrafted processes. A sustainable project.

Apr, 2023 • 1 Min. Read

Words like sustainability not only refer to a trend. It's also a commitment and an urgent reality. Taking care of the planet is taking care of people. And the firms we collaborate with understand this, as they seek environmentally friendly practices.

One of the main challenges we face as a society is responsible consumption. In addition to supporting brands that integrate the basic principles of sustainability, it's also about acquiring products that last over time, avoiding the "use and throw away" culture.

This also involves selecting products made from natural, recyclable, and highly durable materials.

Clay is a natural raw material used in pottery. Pott lamps are crafted from this ductile, versatile, and beautiful material.

The use of recycled PET is an alternative that not only produces high-resistance textiles but also reduces post-consumer waste from plastic. Nanimarquina is introducing these materials to craft some of its rugs.

Wood comes from certified forests. This certification ensures that foresters never cut down more trees than the forest can regenerate.

Investing in local products promotes the economy of the area and minimizes CO2 emissions.

A circular economy that integrates all processes, from manufacturing and materials used to manufacturing techniques, while respecting and caring for each and every person involved in them.

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This website is dedicated to all those people who, in one way or another, have helped this project/dream/desire to begin and take shape.

Special thanks to my wife and my parents for supporting me, to Cristina Escarrà and Alfonso Pérez Rosales for generously sharing with me their experience as agents, to those clients who, in one way or another, have given me wise advice, to the brands that have placed their trust in me, and to Gonzalo, my godfather, who, with his always generous help, and guiding me throughout this process, is largely to blame for the fact that I can boast of being an “entrepreneur”.

Thanks also to Nuria, Rafa and Guillermo, who, to help me in the hard beginnings of any entrepreneurial activity, have opened the doors of their home, let me share with them a bit of their personal lives when I pass through their cities of residence, and give me free accommodation.

Thanks to all!