Kamaro'an, the place to live.
Inspired by Taiwanese indigenous culture, Kamaro’an explores natural materials and delicate craftsmanship through simplistic designs. We believe in both creativity and precision that hands can bring to life.
The name Kamaro’an originates from Pangcah, an indigenous language, it means “the place to live”. Each of our products is crafted by skilled indigenous weavers.
Kamaro’an is officially launched at the 2015 Taiwan Designers’ Week, and were awarded Rising Asian Talent by Maison & Objet Paris in 2017.
Visit our shop.
Opened in December 2017, Kamaro'an shop is located in Huashan 1914 Creative Park, Taipei.
By collecting local craftsworks in Hualien and Taitung, and curating craftsmanship exhibitions, including banana fibers fabrics, betel nut sheath boxes, hinoki driftwood vases and alpinia weaving baskets, Kamaro'an introduces a delicate east coast everyday aesthetics to the market.