SOLUTIONS & PROJECTS
We believe in the capability of everyone for achieving a Regenerative Lifestyle by creating awareness through our regenerative solutions and projects.
Our main research approach is to get to adapt ancestral knowledge to the needs of our nowdays needs in a very simple, biophilic and agile way. We take the time and the space to explore intellectually and creatively, whilst delivering tangible outcomes with real benefits to different ecosystems.
Through PRODUCTS, EXPERIENCES and SOLUTIONS, we seek to create awareness about the dangers and risks to which we are exposed as the main cause of different illnesses and damages to human and environmental integrity and health.
Mashwā Shielding Collection
Inspired by the natural wrapping shielding and protective properties of Physalis peruviana or Goldenberry’s calyx fruit and the “Anaco” a Peruvian Pre-Inka and Inka rectandular garment. Our first collection is Mashwā Shielding Collection which includes multifunctional shielding garments made with natural fibres such pima and native cotton, shielding textiles such Faraday (silver nanofibre) and Qoperfina (97% cotton and 3% copper fibres).
Main solution we offer with this collection is shielding against radiation caused by smart devices and reduction of the fashion industry chemical waste since textiles are dyed with Bacteria and natural dyes such Turmeric, Curry, Avocado.
Main advantage of bacteria dye: Its process uses no toxic chemicals, little water, and low temperatures/ energy, becoming more durable and sustainable than the traditional natural dyes.
Therefore, main problem that is solved is the impact into human health and safety due to an uncontrolled exposure to radiation, and the reduction of the environmental imapct of the fashion industry.
ALLOCH Facemasks Collection
ALLOCH means FUTURE in Yanesha native languaje.
Indigenous peoples experience a high degree of socioeconomic marginalization and do not have access to public healthcare, becoming even more vulnerable during this global pandemic. One of these communities is the Yanesha Artisan Association of Laguna Raya in Oxapampa, Pasco Peru. For this reason, 20% of the profits obtained from the sale of this collection will be destined to Yanesha Artisan Association of Laguna Raya in Oxapampa (Pasco, Peru).