hand blown glass pendant lights
This collection is inspired by the distinctive shape and character of the piña—the heart of the agave plant—from which mezcal is made. Each lamp is individually and expertly coaxed to form in Oaxaca, where mezcal has played a vital spiritual and ritualistic role in community life for centuries. The handblown forms capture the beautiful heft of the piña, revealed in the undulating glass structures. The lamps reflect an organic symmetry that nods to both the role of nature and to that of the human hand.
hand embroidered pillows
hand dyed indigo
soft stripes + cozy luxury
Inspired by the bold minimalism of our favorite vintage Bolivian fabrics – both frazadas and woven grain sacks – this collection draws upon one of the remaining vestiges of traditional Andean culture.
Made of luxe, super soft, heavy-weave alpaca – a fabric once deemed so opulent it was reserved for use solely by Incan royalty – the pillows exemplify the distinctive symmetry and individualized detailing found in the textiles that Aymara women have been hand-weaving in the Bolivian highlands for centuries.
handwoven dyed fabric