Since 1986, Santa Luzia Redes e Decoração has been producing textiles for environments that require comfort and design in São Bento, Paraíba. There are hammocks, blankets, cushions, placemats, curtains, among other products made with sustainable and ecological threads that dialogue with urban, contemporary and informal spaces.
They are exclusive pieces developed by weavers and artisans. Each weave is woven on mechanical and manual looms with handcrafted techniques that, in dialogue with design innovation, generate exclusive products for decoration aimed at a refined look at aesthetics and a commitment to sustainable development.
The Local Productive Arrangement includes traditional communities such as Quilombos and farmers in rural settlements. Most artisans work in their own homes located in remote areas – where handicrafts are the only source of income generation and economic power for these women.
The production chain managed by Santa Luzia led the company to stand out in the sustainable decoration sector in the country. In addition to the international recognition of the Award for Craft Excellence with Unesco seal and the selection by curators at world design fairs such as Maison & Object, in Paris.
First trip by Armando Dantas, CEO of Santa Luzia Redes e Decoração, with street vendors, called “network brokers”, in the city of Pimenta Bueno – RO, on the way to the center of the Amazon. Year 1986.