Tajo

The expressive bark-like structure of Tajo was inspired by the fertile landscapes of Spain and Portugal, through which the River Tagus (Tajo) flows. What makes Tajo unique are its various yarns, which are made using an innovative spinning method. As a final step, the completed fabric undergoes a gentle crash process, which underscores its handcrafted, natural look and feel.


View of Toledo in Spain with the Tagus river at duskIts journey starts at Fuente de García in the Montes Universales mountains and spans more than 1,000 km, passing Madrid, Toledo, Talavera de la Reina and Lisbon. The river’s course is accompanied by impressive sculptural holm oaks, which contribute to the flavour of serrano ham, and fascinating eucalyptus trees, whose bark is constantly peeling off.

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