At Pampa, we feel the need to rediscover threatened cultures and revive lost traditions. We support skilled artisans in remote Argentina and beyond to produce homewares and accessories that are woven works of art. Pampa traces a map that connects talented weavers with the global community. All Pampa products are 100% handmade embracing fairly traded practices through our artisan partnerships.
Our collection of baskets has travelled from isolated parts of Argentina known as Litoral zones. Members of these artisans community knit with palm and chaguar fibres extracted from their surroundings. Since time immemorial, they have used this technique to make baskets for collecting their crops.
Porteño Chair Malbec
The Porteño Malbec chair - A deep red colour reminiscent of our favourite Argentinian vino. We love the way that this leather ages, much like a good wine. The natural tones, robust materials and emphasis on craftsmanship are perfectly aligned with the Pampa ethos.
Every Pampa cushion is an individual creation, handpicked from the community where it was designed and handwoven. The techniques used to make our cushions are part of the fabric of Argentinian tradition. With colours and textures similar to our signature throws and rugs, Pampa cushions are a perfect complement to our larger textiles.
RITUALS & CEREMONIES
Ceremonial ritual practices are at the heart of Pampa. We have partnered up with Incausa, a social business experiment that uses the profits from its productions to enable purposeful commerce of indigenous artisanship and heritage.
Pampa poncho | Tobacco
Size: 150 x 150 cm + tassels
Fibre: 100% llama natural wool
Made by: Puna weavers
Pampa Ponchos are made by artisans who live on the salt flats and elevated plains of northern Argentina in a place known as the Puna.