Green braiding

Green braiding

In recycled paper, recovered wire or telephone wire, eco-friendly braiding often rhymes with ethical manufacturing. Baskets or small storage, vases, bestiaries and goblets, discover our selection of woven objects around the world.

Telephone wire

This craft has its origins in the South African mines where Zulu workers undertook to braid scrap telephone wires. A surprising material, rich in color and modern which gives life to original and chic objects. Find in particular cups (here presented at the opening) of the brand As'art and signed triangle plates Mahatsara , available in 20 different color combinations. In Mahatsara always, let yourself be carried away by the touch of madness of an offbeat collection of vases designed in crocheted telephone wire and reclaimed plastic.

Recycled paper

Very trendy, decorative objects made from recycled paper succumb to the charm of braiding. In Best before , inspired by the macramé, discover a handmade collection in recycled paper. Basket, vegetable basket, magazine rack and even hanging lamp, these refined and timeless objects are a hymn to artisanal decoration. Another must-see address for recycled paper decor: Red Brown .

Metal wire

In Mahatsara , the metal wire also does not escape braiding! Find the collection in particular Random Wire , designed by Professor Pedro, a young and talented sculptor of Zimbabwean origin. The latter creates a bestiary in randomly braided metal wire on a three-dimensional wire structure, perfect for giving life to a lifeless shelf.