The green Utopia: toward the sustainable home



I will escape,

from the uncertainty and mistrust

from the established order.


I will draw my individual route


surrounded by my own minimalism

made of the real treasures from nature.



 This project has been supported by HEIMTEXTIL.

Cutlery from PAD CONCEPT, a company that offers mindfulness, self-love and positive mindsets for people who are on their way to themselves. Napkin and set of cutlery are from H&D HOME OF DESIGN, from Czech Republic, that offers beautiful organic linen range for your table in natural shades. Tablecloth is from ATCREATION, which dreams with creating and promoting charming, cozy, comfortable and first of all environmentally friendly products of home textile in your houses, and, therefore, in your lives. The Natural wool blanket throw is from Italian company LANEROSSI, which has just launch a new line of sustainable textile products that respect nature and the environment by using recycled fibers without any Chemical dyeing.


Cutlery by PAD CONCEPT. Bread Basket by H&D HOME OF DESIGN. It offers different qualities from very fine and soft to rustic, large variety of sizes. Everyone will find their taste in order to enjoy dining even more.


Note book by LANEROSSI. For 2019/2020 fall winter season, the company unveils Green Label. By choosing to recover the wool fibers collected from the company's own processing scraps (and not from used or recycled garments), Lanerossi is able to recoup materials that would otherwise be wasted, while at the same time guaranteeing the content and chemical composition of the materials. The blanket is from PAD CONCEPTIn the beginning of 2016, this company started a special beneficial program in order to help children in Germany which are threatened by poverty. In “Mittagskinder” in Hamburg, more than 200 children regularly get healthy meals, help with their homework and professional care by qualified social education workers for free.

The background blanket is made by WAYRA, a company which produces first quality items carefully crafted in an environment that allows artisans to capture the natural beauty that surrounds them. Wayra protects freedom of association and collective bargaining, and even foresees alternate means as necessary. The company is against all types of discrimination, harassment and abuse. Not a single Wayra employee, artisan or associate works under coercion, exploitation or accepts corruption in any forms. No child labor is used, whatsoever.
Wool and velvet night jacket by LANEROSSI. Exquisite Peruvian alpaca wools and Norwegian wools are used in its natural shades to create beautiful combinations: white/natural, light and dark greys, light beiges and light and dark browns.

Blanket from PAD CONCEPT. It has been made for positive mindsets. It is Oeko-tex standard 100% certified.


The floor cushion is from DARLING LITTLE PLACE. It is made with an environmentally friendly claim in German handwork. For the filling, the company uses OEKO-TEX-tested hollow fibers, which are made from recycled PET bottles. Wool and leather slippers by LANEROSSI. By using fibers that have not been chemically dyed, the company helps the environment and ensures the wellbeing of those who use the products, preserving the natural ability of these animal wool to absorb moisture and regulate body temperature. 


Wool blanket by LANEROSSI. Exquisite Peruvian alpaca wools and Norwegian wools without any chemical dyeing. The cushion is from PAD CONCEPT.


Artisans from WAYRA have mastered ancestral techniques, that are passed from generation to generation, and evolve with thein unique ways with technological advances. The company is specialized in handmade textiles using natural, luxurious fibers such as alpaca wool, cotton, wool and other Peruvian blends. They produce home decor throws, bed blankets, pillows, shams and rugs.


All the labels featured in this Still-Life Editorial have a commitment to sustainability and a common desire: ethics and aesthetics to co-exist within the modern home world.


Creative Direction & Production LUXIDERS
Photography Jens Wittwer 
Words Belvis Soler