Tag: artisanat

Green lunch

Green, green, green. A summer wind. A desire for freshness, lightness. A table for (…)

NO-MAD in screen printing

NO-MAD in screen printing Screen printing is ancestral in India. It develops finesse, precision, (…)

The BLACK collection

Noir intense Le noir. Le vide. La nuit avant le jour. Cette couleur, dont (…)

The Dar Kawa style

The style of this riad came to life out of the blue. Simply over (…)

Working with leather (2013)

Each leather piece is unique and reveals its genuine qualities in the creations of (…)

Neon Summer

“Neon” colors are in the air for summer 2013. While still and always working (…)

V.Barkowski linen in Dar Kawa – Marrakech

Bed and bath linen. Linge de lit et linge de bain. “LAMU” bath towel. (…)

Tie & dye handmade paper (2008)

I have always loved hand made paper, their different qualities and textures , their (…)

Blockprint

These photos were taken in a workshop in Jaipur, where block-printing on textiles is (…)

Making pompoms

These are Moroccan-made, in the workshop where I designed my first home linen collections. (…)

Indian dyeing

In India, dyeing is a highly developed craft, and therefore a recurrent aspect in (…)

Indian paper making

For my shopping bags and packagings, I have always used handmade paper. In most (…)

Thread and needle

Traditional Moroccan caftans and djellabas always featured passementerie: ornaments made of braided fibers. The (…)

The ancient art of feltmaking

Plied by expert Moroccan hands, fleece becomes strong, beautiful, colorful felt. How? Take a (…)