In the heart of Colombia, the Ibuju Collection by Fango Studio emerges as a testament to local materials and creative ingenuity.
Designed by visionary Francisco Jaramillo, this collection transcends furniture design, embodying Colombian identity through innovative use of the natural fiber "Yaré" and a deep connection to artisanal heritage.
Named after the Indigenous concept of "Ibuju," representing interplay between human, context, and object, this collection takes design to new heights. Jaramillo's journey from Medellín to Barcelona and back ignited appreciation for local materials. The Ibuju Collection is a bridge between tradition and innovation, blending craftsmanship with contemporary techniques.
At the core of the Ibuju Collection lies "Yaré," a natural fiber of cultural significance in Colombia's Amazonas region. Historically used by Indigenous weavers, Yaré embodies sustainability—a contrast to harmful hardwood practices. Jaramillo's choice reflects dedication to crafting pieces that are visually stunning and environmentally conscious.From chairs to tables, each creation is a symphony of form, function, and cultural resonance. Meticulously woven by artisans, Jaramillo's designs breathe new life into traditions, exploring the dynamic relationship between past and present.
Beyond artistic allure, the Ibuju Collection symbolizes Colombian identity—a blend of ancient wisdom and contemporary expression. Jaramillo collaborates with artisans, fostering a design culture that embraces authenticity and celebrates Colombian heritage. The collection serves as a tangible link between past and present, embodying a nation that looks to its roots for inspiration.