MADE51

MADE51
World

MADE51
MADE51

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q148 – R147

Initiated by the “UN Refugee Agency and supported by a global network of local social enterprises, MADE51 helps refugee artisans achieve independence by integrating them into viable supply chains and creating a means to market their crafts worldwide. Through MADE51, the unique skills and heritage of refugee artisans are fused with modern design, resulting in original home décor and fashion items. Featuring product lines made in collaboration with local social enterprises all over the world, MADE51’s debut collection launched in 2018.

As a result of MADE51, thousands of refugee artisans are equipped to contribute to the global economy, but it is only through sales and retail partnerships that they will be able to employ their skills and traditions to earn an income through their craft.

Hana Designs - Egypt

HANA DESIGNS
Egypt

Hana_Designs - The Tree Belt
Hana Designs

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q138 – R137

HANA DESIGNS provides uniquely finished home accessories, stationery and fashion accessories with unique designs based on ancient patterns, translated into ethnic chic products. Committed to high service standards and ethical practices. HANA DESIGNS provides uniquely finished home accessories, stationery and fashion accessories with unique designs based on ancient patterns, translated into ethnic chic products.

Committed to high service standards and ethical practices. Working with traditional techniques such as Khayamiya, a traditional Egyptian applique textile and some type of embroideries, translated into more contemporary ethnic chic designs.

HANA DESIGNS aim is to put you in a creative atmosphere where you can feel inspired by the elements around you.

SEP Jordan - Putrajaya Tablecloth

Sep Jordan
Jordan

SEP Jordan - Cushion Covers
SEP Jordan

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q148 – R147

SEP blends Italian style with Middle-Eastern craftsmanship. Its sophisticated creations are one-of-a-kind ethical fashion accessories, set apart by intricate embroidery and geometric patterns. Every stitch tells a story, embroidered by a single talented artist, a women refugee who continue the time-honoured, cross-stitch technique that has been passed down from generation to generation. SEP’s promise: mutual happiness.

Jordan River Foundation - HAPPY BASIC FOLKLORIC COLLECTION

Jordan River Foundation
Jordan

Jordan River Foundation - AlKarma Embroidery
Jordan River Foundation

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q148 – R147

The JORDAN RIVER FOUNDATION strives to create sustainable economic opportunities for local community women and female refugees by capitalizing on their potential as independent breadwinners within their families.

There has been an immense interest from women to participate in JORDAN RIVER FOUNDATION’s social and economic empowerment programs, especially in the fields of entrepreneurship, culinary arts and handicrafts. These programs are particularly designed to leverage the women’s employability and social skills, as well as their business acumen.

Tiss_Tik pochette DAAZOU petite

AFRIKA TISS
Burkina Faso

Afrika Tiss - DOUSSOU - SITBOU - AMIDOU Cushions
LOGO Afrika Tiss

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q148 – R147

From natural fibre production to local cotton transformation, the mission of AFRIKA TISS is to help developing the handmade textile sector in West Africa, respecting both people and the environment while creating beautiful products in the process.

Bringing back weaving to its traditional birthplace, where raw materials are produced and where the knowledge and skills of talented men and women are available in abundance.

AAKS - Handwoven Raffia bags

AAKS
Ghana

AAKS
AAKS LOGO

Maison&Objet | 6– 10 September 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers O96 – P95

AAKS was founded by Akosua Afriyie-Kumi in 2014 with the aim of introducing the world to her favourite weaving techniques used by the women of Ghana, while also creating and igniting sustainable jobs within Africa. Handcrafted in Ghana, AAKS creates raffia handmade bags which styles maintain the spirit of their ancestral counterparts characterized by bright exuberant colours.

The essence of AAKS design philosophy is a combination of thoughts, unique design elements which hones from a critical attention to detail, craftsmanship and the use of ethical values through the entire production process.

Rimal Grace

Rimal
Egypt

Rimal Lotus
Rimal Design

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q138 – R137

RIMAL has revolutionized the art of tableware and home accessories introducing tasteful combinations of alabaster and precious metals: Sleek and contemporary designs in tasteful combinations of different materials. RIMAL has revolutionized the art of tableware and home accessories in the region; introducing tasteful combinations of different materials, embellished with copper holders; mirroring an enchanting mosaic of today’s Arabia, in sleek and contemporary designs.

Its range of accessories are hand made by Egypt’s street alabaster, silver and coppersmiths for whom artistry and calligraphy have been a way of life for 800 years, passed down from father to daughter, mother to son.

To ensure authenticity, every piece entails extensive hours of work and dedication, tailor-made to satisfy exquisite taste.

Sosal Art Center

Sosal Art Center
Egypt

Sosal Art Center
Sosal Art Center

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q138 – R137

SOSAL ARTCENTER re-introduced the art of Date-palm basketry, redesigning the product and functionality in a contemporary way. We aim to maintain this handicraft tradition and provide a sustainable income for many women and households in the Oases.

SOSAL ARTCENTER re-introduced the art of Date-palm basketry, redesigning them into functional contemporary products. Soal maintains a 3000 year old handicraft tradition by marketing contemporary products, conduct younger generation training and provide sustainable income for many women to support children education in the Oases.

Bio products are used from the Saharan date palm for production of baskets, rugs, boxes; made from the palm tree fronds. Combinations with beads, textiles, copper, wire, crochet and recycled glass make them unique. Handmade by artisans in Egypt.

PARKY ART HOUSE - Organic Cairo Collection

Paky Art House
Egypt

Paky Art House
paky art house

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q138 – R137

PAKY ART HOUSE is specialized in designing and manufacturing decorative Glass & Marble products. We have more than 49 different applications and functions, varying from table wear and home accessories to unique furniture pieces.
We use sustainable and recycled materials and help our employees to be environmentally conscious. Paky art house has its own unique designs and is also capable of developing customized products.

Handmade - Boho lampshades

Handmade
Egypt

Handmade - Vasket
Handmade logo

Maison&Objet | 18– 22 January 2019 Paris

Hall 5A, Stand numbers Q138 – R137

HANDMADE produces a variety of home accessories and seats that are all decorated or entirely made of crocheted cotton or polyester yarns. All the products are made by skilled Egyptian women. Our products are mainly: rugs, baskets, cushions, clutches, poufs, footstools, armchairs, sofas, banquettes, and much more…