We strive to work with non-artificial materials, such as 100% New Zealand wool, linen, silk… They source and evaluate their fabrics for their sustainable properties. They constantly look to add eco-fibres to their collection, such as ECONYL and seaweed which will both soon be added to their material library. As of the record, they were the first company to produce a sustainable and recycled outdoor rug, named Poolside.
Producing on Demand
To avoid overproduction, they minimize their waste by only producing according to demand. This ‘on-demand’ plan provides quality assurances to their customers while enhancing their performance as a sustainable manufacturer.
Renewing and Reusing
From mill to factory: all of their buildings are equipped with photovoltaic panels, converting sunlight into electricity. These 2550 panels provide all the energy they need for at least 7 months a year. They also reuse wherever they can. Techniques like water decanting and oxygenation make it possible to reuse their water. Their factory buildings are well isolated and equipped with reversible heat pumps to control cooling and heating.