Verdi uses natural fibers and metals to create home furnishings
Interior design It is the pinnacle of many things, the most important of which is culture. Combined with the desire for sustainable, fair-trade textiles and other decorations made of non-toxic materials, you will find a Colombian company called Verdi, which has a long history but innovative design.
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Verdi started in 1995, when Carlos Vera Dieppa began to explore the technique of making unique carpets and later developed his own weaving machine. After his death, his son and daughter took the torch and launched Verdi (VERa DIeppa) in his name.The company now specializes in fique and metal Carpets, organic silk cushions, plantain fibers and copper wire curtains, textiles, tableware and silver-plated handbags, and other hand-woven items.
The newly released product is called AES, which means rough bronze in Latin, and once again demonstrates the company’s enthusiasm for interweaving natural fibers with linear metals. This carpet series consists of ethical alpaca wool, plantain fibers and solid bronze panels. The resulting design is not only original and handmade, but also represents sustainable manufacturing.
In order to avoid toxic dyes that pose a danger to workers and the environment, Verdi has developed its own environmentally friendly options.The company is committed to harvesting fiber in a sustainable way, removing only the outer leaves plant In the process of collecting fibers. Fiber and textile waste are recycled back into the system as part of new works, samples or office decorations.Verdi also eliminated the pattern waste Through repeated use of acrylic patterns.
The company is based on the three pillars of home furnishing, fashion and art, but all products are environmentally friendly.Verdi dependence Natural Ingredients As the core of each design, and in its fair trade manufacturing in a sustainable manner, it collaborates with 30 skilled craftsmen who represent craftsmanship that has been passed down from generation to generation. In addition, the company’s main fiber is purchased near its hometown, supporting at least 19 farmers in the process. Verdi has participated in at least six social and environmental initiatives.
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