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Aimé (that means reddish sunset in Mapuche). This collection comprises three unique textile lamps knotted by hand that intertwine Mapuche tales, sounds, landscapes, and stories. Through a variety of textile techniques, this collection honours those that shaped Patagonian identity and understood how to talk to nature.



Huitral in mapudungun means “Loom”. The Loom represents in the community the feeling of women and it is there where each one of them shapes their dreams and their spirit, making the day-to-day an intimacy with themselves.
Huitral it's a free-end loom, where the fibres go wild to express themselves and
engage with the user to share a space full of identity.

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