About the Indalo Project
Indalo's partnership model connects professional designers and a seasoned marketing team with local craft producers to drive the innovation and sales of cutting edge handcrafted ranges. We believe that extraordinary products can be created when accomplished, market-driven designers join forces with skilled craft artists. Indalo will not only support partner organisations in direct sales, but also in developing focused and proactive marketing strategies. Our objectives? Long-term relational investment, grassroots skills advancement, evidence-based sustainable job creation and the transfer of design and marketing expertise.Read More
"The Indalo Project has not only allowed me to push my own design and managerial skills, but also to give something back. I believe that the skills I've ...Read More
"The furniture range developed in collaboration with the Indalo Project is beautiful and has massive potential. We have already increased our staff and a...Read More
"I have been involved in craft for many years; now I can transfer my skills to others. I was excited to be given this management position and leading peo...Read More
Nicci Drzewicki's iSITho collection references solid African furniture pieces, such as traditional headrests and seats, historically carved from single pieces of wood.