Silla Playera Pastel by Atlas at White Label Project
Silla Playera Pastel by Atlas at White Label Project
Silla Playera Pastel by Atlas at White Label Project

Silla Playera Pastel

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Sillas Playera by Atlas is a collection of foldable chairs designed by Mariana Vieira.

Each textile is meticulously handmade by the Wayuu Iwouya indigenous communities in La Guajira, Colombia, using the traditional "tapiz gualdrapa" technique.

The geometric figures of nature, including plants and animals, as well as the cosmology of the Wayuu communities served as inspiration for this collection. Plus, with each purchase, you are directly supporting the development of Wayuu communities.

Made to Order item is shipped within 30 to 40 working days from order placement.

Size:
Open: 80cm x 58cm x 110cm.
Closed: 18cm x 58cm x 125cm.

Color: Multicolor

Material: horizontal loom-drapery; cotton and wood.

Keep dry and rotate regularly to avoid sun fades. Avoid vacuuming but sweep dust off instead, and if in case of spills, blot off excess liquid immediately and use damp cloth to remove stains.

  1. Order is placed
  2. Raw materials are sourced to match production needs
  3. Item is handcrafted by artisans
  4. Item undergoes quality control and is shipped with a trusted carrier.

Visit our Made to Order page for more information.

Made to Order item is shipped within 30 to 40 working days from order placement.

VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

To find details regarding returns and refunds for custom-made items, kindly refer to our Return Policy.

Meet Atlas

Atlas was founded by the Colombian designer Mariana Vieira. Mariana works exclusively with indigenous communities through a participatory design approach by exchanging knowledge on traditional and modern production techniques. In this way, she preserves century-old artisanship and translates it into pieces of art, furniture, and interior design objects for daily use.

The Colombian industrial designer carries the culture of her country in her veins and constantly reinterprets it in her work. She rescues, designs, and produces everyday objects with a representative local identity. Her adventurous spirit leads her to tour the country in a holistic way that has allowed her to create unique experiences and pieces.

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