Wellbeing Heavy Mazari cushion

Ilse Crawford

Wellbeing is the product of a comprehensive study of local fibers, natural materials and techniques. Designed by academic and creative director Ilse Crawford, this collection based on touch, craftsmanship and respect for the environment is made without bleach or dyes. Wellbeing takes us back to the basics, to a tactile beauty that awakens the senses and connects us with our inner selves.

The rigid, natural-colored cushion filled with cork is generously sized. 

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Due to the unevenness of hand-spun Afghan wool yarn, dye absorption and color may vary slightly on the same rug.

In the case of the hammock, to ensure correct installation, you must follow the assembly instructions and use the complete installation kit (both included). The maximum recommended weight is 100 kg.

In the case of the tapestry, due to the handmade nature of the product. Each tapestry is a unique piece. Does not include wall fixing kit.

Fiber: 100% Afghan wool

Filling: 100% Cork

Lining: 100% Cotton


Heritage craft preservation

Local and vegetal fibers

Ensure sustainable practices

We support local communities

Indoor air quality proven

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