Hang your jewels on this wearing to not lose them!
The family workshop, from which come the objects of the metal range, is planted in the middle of paddy fields a few kilometers from the center of Tananarive, Madagascar. Heirs of a know-how of tinsmiths, men and women flatten and cut with the hammer of old cans to turn them into giant baobab, heron, mirror or tealight. Without sophisticated tools, on the floor, everyone finds their inspiration while keeping the freedom of their hands.
But the project is not limited to shaping iron. Real place of life where each worker can find a dignified life, the workshop has created a canteen, a collective garden and a school to allow everyone to better control the daily.
Since 2004, Passerailes has been distributing the creations of several Malagasy workshops, linking two different economic worlds with the aim of sustainably fostering exchanges and the development of the structures it supports.