Materials

 

 

 

 

 

Materials

Almost 400 billion trees make up the Amazon Rain Forest. Each one stands alone and yet is part of a complex, cooperative ecosystem. Through a vast root system and interconnected network, the trees of the Amazon  communicate with one another to sustain its vital oxygen producing landscape. 

Below is more information about the wood used to create our objects, which are all obtained sustainably from already uprooted trees.