It’s important to promote and start working into collaborative environments in such a way that synergies are activated all over the world. Peruvian ancestors knew very well about it, they practiced AYNI (reciprocity or mutualism). Collaboration and co-working are key for developing sustainable and regenerative communities of our modern days and future.
In our early stage of research we connected and co-created different workshops with Shipibo Conibo Community of Cantagallo in Lima Peru, in which we started to learn about its iconography, cosmovision and arts.
Our latest project, “Capsulas Regenerativas”, has been developed in collaboration with Animai Studio and Moda Circular Perú, in which through a series of micro interviews we gathered insights from different designers and makers around the world.
A Regenerative Lifestyle involves respectful and conscious activities that we do daily. By offering our experiences we are able to interact with Peruvian Native Communities, who still practice ancestral knowledge in their designs and crafts. We also know about their cultural identity, iconography and cosmovision. This motivates us to continue developing upcoming textile routes in Peru, a country with a great cultural richness and biodiversity.
By becoming aware of the organic and inorganic waste, we generate as consumers. Also, we are able to develop solutions that will allow us to stop deteriorating the quality of the Air, Soils and Seas in such a way that mentioned waste is reused, reprocessed, reduced, recycled or transformed by following a regenerative design approach.
Regenerative Ecosystems Development
Two dedicated and motivated Peruvian designers @modacircularperu and @mashua.project decided to connect and promote sustainable design ecosystems around the world with the aim to point to the importance of starting working into collaborative environments in such a way that synergies are activated all over the world. Peruvian ancestors knew very well about it, they practiced AYNI (reciprocity or mutualism). Collaboration and co-working are key for developing sustainable and regenerative communities of our modern age and future.
– Second Edition
In the first edition of Capsulas Regenerativas, the Peruvian Ethnic Fashion designer @zafersonolga launched the following question to the New Generation of MAKERS: What actions are you going to take as designers belonging to an industry considered to be the second most polluting one on the planet? Three young designers participated in this second edition: Gabriela Lotaif (Brazil), Lucrecia Strano (Argentina) and Agostina Laurenzano (Argentina).
In the third edition, we wanted to continue connecting with designers who are generating regenerative solutions through their different products and projects. They are part of the group of designers who participated in the last edition of 3D FASHION WEEK organized by Fab Lab Peru @fablabperu and Fab LAT @ fablatam.
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