Kamaro’an is officially launched at the 2015 Taiwan Designers’ Week, and were awarded Rising Asian Talent by Maison & Objet Paris in 2017.
The name KAMARO’AN is from an amis / Pangcah phrase for ‘‘Come, take a seat!’’ Designers : Shane Liu, Yun Fann-Chang.
Valuing authenticity and crafts as well as to soar the beauty of Taiwanese Indigenous crafts to the world, KAMARO’AN stays true to their roots to create innovative products with beauty & sensitivity that surpasses time. KEKI et BIJOUX currently carries the Woven Series:
"The rattan peel that is pliable but strong was once the best-woven material in indigenous culture. The one thread weaving technique enables the knot being unbreakable, and commonly used in tightening stone pestles.Kamaro’an use durable tanned leather to weave, bringing the weavings new functions and reveal its original beauty.
The Woven Series is characterised by the structural folding that fits traditional weaving patterns with simplistic aesthetics.’ -KAMARO’AN
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