AN EXHIBIT AT TRAKTØREN

AN EXHIBIT AT TRAKTØREN

Traktøren, Norway’s foremost kitchenware provider, hosted a unique exhibit of ...

 

Traktøren, Norway’s foremost kitchenware provider, hosted a unique exhibit of Eco Deco Design’s Bali Baskets and its “Asian dining” collections at its Bogstadsveien shop this past October.

 

“Bali Baskets” are crafted from the Ata leaf by the Bali Aga aboriginal community. However, requiring a great deal of traditional skill and time to produce, and with Aga youth moving into mainstream culture, “Bali Baskets” is expected to become a lost art in the coming years.

 

The “Asian dinning” display featured Sono and coconut wood table ware, antique bronze and wood bowls, and bronze sea decorations. These unique items were collected from across Indonesian to casually enrich table settings.

 

Collectors of Bali Aga arts and appreciators of Asian cuisine were thoroughly impressed by the two collections’ range of functional and beautiful crafted items.

 

    • Morten Haug from Eco Deco Design presents Bali baskets, a quality of basket weaving and a design in a class of its own.

 

 

    • There are more than a hundred kinds of Bali baskets - from small bread baskets and napkin holders to large boxes for storage. Bali baskets can be delivered in both natural and black color.
    • Products such as soap dispensers, mortars and bowls in natural rolling stone, and silvered bronze figurines for table decoration are all part of the Eco Deco Design range. In our Asian Dining concept, you can find chopsticks, soy dishes, cutlery and bowls in beautiful woodwork.
    • The shop Traktøren Bogstadsveien is located in Oslo's main shopping street. The Traktøren chain is representing leading brands for kitchen cuisine.

You will find the Eco Deco Design products in leading home interior shops in Norway.
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