We are proud to be included in the last issue of Norwegian magazine Bolig pluss, featuring Hydra and Urano series from Teixidors, in the report called "Natural Christmas".
NEW Jazz Fusion collection. 100% Cashmere.
We are excited to be part of the new issue of the magazine OPENHOUSE. We share philosophy and we really like the natural beauty of each one of your spaces. We want to share it with you. It is a magazine 100% created and designed inBarcelona, to be enjoyed around the world, like all products of TEIXIDORS. You can personally pick up a copy at our stand at M & O Paris from 2nd to 6th of September. We will be launching new products, like Gobi shawls (50% merino wool 50% yak wool, traceability guaranteed), Jazz shawls and throws, new Jazz Fusion collection in cashmere or the new Reticulum cushion colors in linen 100%. We hope to see you soon!MAISON & OBJET PARIS. Scènes d'Intérieur. HALL 7 STAND G-159.
This summer we will be at NYNOW fair, 21-24 August. You can find us at stand 1550, Javits Center New York. We will be showing our new products handmade in yak wool, merino wool or cashmere, with traceability guaranteed. See you there!
Photos courtesy of Openhouse magazine
We area happy to collaborate with Openhouse magazine in a very special repor about Teixidors and the values we defend: social commitment, manual processes, autenticity and the beauty of nature. We share with you some words and images of the article that you can read in this wellknown international magazine. Thanks Openhouse! “The community is at the heart of the project, which aims to improve the economic independence and social integration for people with learning difficulties. We create a space where people are able to flourish, and lives are transformed through the development of talents and skills. (...) Every morning when the doors of our workshop are opened, the commitment tojpin together our design processes with tradition is renewed. We understand the word 'design' in a sense that includes both a way of developing and thinking about technique, with the materials and processes of creation...”