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VISO

Design | June 17, 2019 |

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VISO

Viso Project comes to life through deep roots inspired by the worlds of art and design, creating distinct objects crafted by expert artisans and manufacturers in Europe and the United States. Craftsmanship becomes the sole purpose in manufacturing limited, season-less, and consciously sustainable products.

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VISO creates collaborative capsule collections of singular, limited edition items that will include apparel, accessories, ceramics, homeware, luggage and novelty objects as well many others. For VISO, lifestyle is everything. Products will be globally available at our online store, at key retailers around the world, as well as through a series of pop-up stores and events.

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Tapestry woven in one hundred percent cotton with our exclusive patterns. Hand finished by artisans in the United States woven. Into German jacquard looms. A craftsmanship part of a family heritage dating back to the first weavers in the American Colonies carried through generations keeping the European wall tapestry style in place coupled with true American craftsmanship.

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The juxtaposition of classic porcelain and our “Kamo-sutra” pattern is not your typical grandmother’s china. Created by VISO and crafted by the most exclusive Spanish ceramics manufacturer with over 100 years of tradition; each of the items in this first handmade “Kamo-sutra” capsule have been carefully crafted under extensive quality control and dedication in Cervo, Lugo; a picturesque village in the north of Spain.

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The most exquisite Mohair is handled by master carders, shearers dyers and weavers to create a one of kind blanket unlike any other. Created in a fully manual weaving process keeping with a tradition that dates back to the 15th century, this lightweight blanket with high volume is the perfect item to  keep you warm in cold winter days. Made in Spain

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

VISOImage courtesy of VISO

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