With their plentiful character and simple surface, the Ample Throws – designed by Copenhagen-based sustainable designers Aiayu – brings large comfort and warmth to its user. The throws are made in 100% baby llama wool, a light and ultra-soft material with heat-controlling abilities that will keep you warm on winter mornings and cool you down on summer nights. The wool has been sustainably sourced in Bolivia with the factory cleaning 100% of its water post-production while reusing 75% of it. The factory also holds the WRAP-certification, ensuring production under lawful, humane and ethical conditions.
Dimensions 160 x 130 cm
Material 100% baby llama wool (Bolivia) – hand knitted
Striking a balance between a light, silky texture and substantive warmth, the Sway Throw is jacquard-woven from 100% fine merino wool. The throw is fully reversible, easy to fold and can be used either as a blanket or a shawl. High-quality and simply-patterned, Sway is a versatile addition to any home.
Dimensions 180 x 130 cm
Material 100% merino wool
Aiayu is a Copenhagen-based sustainable brand. Working from a belief that the origin, sustainable character and environmental impact of a product is just important as its visual aesthetic, Aiayu creates timelessly modern objects for everyday life.
Tina Ratzer is a Danish designer with a degree in textile design and weaving, from the Design School Kolding, in Denmark. In 1999, Tina founded her own studio Ratzer, and since then her designs have been selected for several exhibitions, such as the Crafts and Design Biennale in Rundetårn, Copenhagen.
Her work is characterized by a geometric expression and a balanced color scheme, with a twist or a surprising detail that lets the techniques of the craftsmanship step forward and become an important part of the work.