Vietnamese's contemporary designs speak on behalf of the original form we have had in the past
Designed to withstand the rough waters of the Mekong River. These boats are made from bamboo. The weaving pattern is distinct to each, and the boat can be pressed into a bowl shape.
Made from bamboo, with thicker layers woven together by the same technique of coracle. The weaving pattern also inherits the distinctiveness of it, making the baskets stand out from others.
A traditional symbol of Vietnamese people without age, sex, or racial distinctions. Like many other traditional costumes of Vietnam, Non la has its own origin, coming from a legend related to the history of rice growing in Vietnam.
Can be made from any natural material, the most famous are Seagrass, Rattan, and Bamboo. Same as making a conical hat, the craftsmen used bamboo or rattan rims to create firmness for the product. Then weave the materials to create the final result.
Once upon a time, labor in a village lost his owner buffalo, got help from a fairy making the fan magically. The owner then trades it with many luxuries, but only a handful of sticky rice makes it. The folk has many versions, though, the fan of the labor becomes an inspiration for every Vietnamese on their salad day.
Though not having a folk tale behind it, the wall decoration of Artera Home is proof of the hard-working and contemporary design of Vietnamese people. Made of natural materials and by traditional technique, the wicker wall decor can become an inspiration for any home with its finest materials crafted from skillful Artisans.