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Bamboo Businesses

bamboo businesses

By HK Magazine (updated on 20 May 2016)

Used in Hong Kong for decades as a scaffolding material, the “king of grass” grows quickly, releases plenty of oxygen into our atmosphere and can be used to produce light, strong and beautiful items. In short, it’s a super-green raw material! Here’s where you can get your fix.

Bamboa

Located in PMQ, Bamboa’s founder Julia Washbourne was inspired by the use of sky-high bamboo scaffoldings in Hong Kong. Fascinated with the seemingly endless possibilities of the plant, she saw it as the perfect tool for creating eco-friendly furniture. All products are made from locally harvested bamboo and range from tableware to fabric.

Address: Block A, S304, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen St., Central
Tel: +852 2291 0285
Website: www.bamboahome.com
Nuumi
Nuumi

It might surprise you to learn that bamboo fiber is an ultra-soft, luxurious and breathable fabric that is perfect for baby clothes. If you want to give it a whirl for your bubs, Nuumi sells super comfortable baby clothing and linens all produced from bamboo—think sleeping bags, rompers, hats, towels and more. For grown-ups, you can purchase bamboo fiber bed linens and towels.

Available at City Super outlets citywide, or online at www.nuumi.com

Verdee Bamboo Living
Verdee Bamboo Living

Verdee Bamboo makes the best of the environmental benefits and aesthetic qualities of bamboo by making furniture and flooring out of the hardy material. There are smaller homeware items such as cups, bowls, bamboo fiber towels, dishcloths and cooking utensils, as well as larger pieces such as trolleys, chairs and coffee tables. The company also has an interior design team ready to instruct you on how to best use bamboo in your own home.

Address: Shop 346, 3/F, HomeSquare, 138 Shatin Rural Committee Rd., Sha Tin
Tel: +852 2699 9689
Website: www.verdeebamboo.com

Information in this article is subject to changes without advance notice. Please contact the relevant product or service providers for enquiries.

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