12.02.2016 - 16.02.2016 — Hall: 10.2 Stand: A 51
TADECO home creates using only all natural fibers.Their abaca fibers intricately handwoven by the region's ethnic indigenous people into rolls of fine T'nalak fabric, using traditional techniques passed on from many generations.This distinctive fabric is then converted into contemporary home accents and lighting pieces by seasoned artisans of Mindanao.
TADECO home has evolved from a community development program of Tagum Agricultural Development Co.(TADECO) , a major banana exporter in Asia, into globally acknowledged handicraft manufacturing business in the Philippines. The company's social responsibility is commited to providing sustainable livelihood for the dependents of the workers .
Tadeco Home creates it's collection sourcing most of it's raw materials from the plantation.
TADECO Home joins ICFF Show in New York on May 14-17 2016
Manila Fame on April 21 -24 , 2016
TADECO Home conducts training on Product Development and design to SME's in Davao region as part of our social commitment for sustainability.
TADECO Home supports artisans in Mindanao by helping promote and market their products by putting up stores and weaving centers to help sustain their arts and crafts . ( www.tnalakhome.com).
TADECO Home KATHA awardee in Manila Fame.
ADEX Awardee in 2015
Cushion Cover Tnalak Ikat Handwoven using Abaca fibers size: 18x18 inches 16x22 inches
Coral Bowl size: 50-60-70-100cm colors: assorted Material: abaca fibers with wires