Partnering for a Better Future
Sustainabile & Conscious Product
We choose to work with suppliers that prioritize the use of responsible and ethically sourced raw materials, and continuously seek new perspectives to learn about improved techniques and materials. We value our close relationships with our suppliers and visit their workshops when possible in order to understand their production and finishing practices. This helps us make healthier choices, with consideration to the end user as well as the working conditions during production.
Out of appreciation, we are highlighting our exclusive partners who lead the industry in sustainability & conscious product manufacturing.
Only use raw materials that are renewable, biodegradable or recyclable.
Won the German Sustainability Award in 2020 for a proprietary Furniture Footprint; the Furniture Footprint system asses the Economic, Ecological and Social sustainability of each product in the assortment.
All oak is FSC-certified and sourced from the French National Forestry Service, from trees that are at least 50 years old.
The Forest Stewardship Council ™️ (FSC) aims to ensure that forests are managed in a sustainable, environmentally responsible manner that preserves natural surroundings, while also supporting the local community.
All FSC Certified Brazilian wood.
Active proponents of the fight against deforestation in Brazil, and working in support of local protection programs and initiatives.
Preserving heritage craft, techniques and culture through the re-edition of Brazilian modern-classics; each piece is handcrafted from beginning to end by one highly-skilled craftsperson.
Committed to maintaining ethical business practices and a respect for nature.
Use teak harvested in accordance with the strictest environmental standards from the three highest quality Indonesian plantations in the East of Java.
Vision to make all packaging eco-friendly.
Green Guard low chemical and particle emissions certification; minimal environmental impact, Cradle to Cradle Certified for the development of up-cyclable products.
High standard of environmentalism.
Good Weave member; ensuring no child or forced labour is used in production.
Exceeding local and international industry standards relating to all environmental and ethical aspects of the rug-making process.
Preserving the longstanding tradition of Tibetan weaving and craftsmanship in Nepal in support of a heritage which is in danger of extinction.
Member of the United Nations Global Compact since 2013, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
Green Guard Gold certified, EU Ecolabel certified.
Majority of the textiles are also EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) certified and can be supported with information of the products’ life cycle impact for green building schemes such as LEED, WELL and BREEAM.