BOTTLE HOLDER

¥5,280
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By PARA

[ECO TIPS]
✔︎ Renewable resource
✔︎ Heritage and innovation

Weave, made of 100% natural rubber, is a crafted bottle holder inspired by a traditional mat weave in Thailand which has been designed and developed to fit for a modern lifestyle with an eco-touching.

Weave is entirely handwoven from natural rubber cords. The unique weave structure provides a special pattern that lead to be a stackable bottle storage. It was designed with a fully waterproof, easy to clean, and non-slip which is easy for holding an ice beverages.

[FEATURES]
- Colors : GREY |  ORANGE
- Natural rubber cords


[SPECS]
- 7.5 x 7.5 x 5 cm

    BRAND STORY

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    The founder and designer of PARA was born in Bangkok, Thailand. She received a Master in Product Design in 2016 in Milan, Italy and a Bachelor of Industrial Design in 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand. She is a designer and social entrepreneur looking to add value to one of Thailand’s top commodity: natural rubber. Her designs include lifestyle products with eco-minded concept. Natural rubber is originally derived from latex found in the sap of rubber trees from Thailand, the first largest producer and exporter of natural rubber in the world. PARA started from the aspect of sustainability; rubber trees have a long life so, they also help the soil erosion problem as they are running off water on soil surface.

    OUR TIPS

    So why is natural rubber sustainable?

    1. Eco-friendly
    Natural rubber is a biodegradable and sustainable resource. They help reduce carbon footprint since natural rubber trees absorb carbon dioxide for their growing.

    2. 100% non-toxic
    Natural Rubber is safer for your health since it is proven to be antibacterial, anti-dust mite and 100% non-toxic.

    In addition, PARA products are designed with sustainable packaging. Every packages receive a second life through reusing. Additionally the packaging is made from a craft unbleached paper without glue.

    The pattern is designed to save paper in a printing process and uses every inch of white space possible.