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Inspired by Taiwanese indigenous culture,
Kamaro’an explores authentic craftsmanship through minimalist design.
 


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We are glad to present you our latest work during the Salone del Mobile 2018 in Milan. Our new collection Cidal Light inherits pangcah weaving technique, and collaborates with excellent black marble workshop in Hualien. 

Craftsman Nacu will be present to demonstrate the weaving of Riyar Lights. 

Elegant driftwood furnitures originated from the east coast of Taiwan is also highlighted in the show. 

Following you can find more information, and our new released short movie. 

Looking forward to see you in Milan! 
For more information please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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Salone del Mobile 2018 
Kamaro’an 
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Lambrate District 
Din Design In 
April 17 - 22 
Daily 10am - 8pm 
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Via Massimiano 6, 
Via Sbodio 9, 
20134 
Milano 
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Cidal Slim Light

Cidal means the sun in the Pangcah language.

Umbrellas sedges delicately woven on hidden metal structures. The light shines like sunshine.

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Woven Lid Bag

“Kopid” is the basket with lid that Pangcah used to carry tools.

The Woven Lid Bag, made entirely of tanned leather, is characterized by the structural folding that reappears classic indigenous kopid basket with simplistic aesthetics.

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Woven Iphone Sling

This closing weaving technique is commonly used in making strong edges for basket in the indigenous culture.

The sturdy woven edge now holds Iphone with uniqueness and elegance.

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