Kiko Requena Búa: Haha, good question! We are simply mad about the affection and care that is put into manufacturing goods. In that regard, we have always had a very traditional mindset. Which does not mean that we use typewriters or carrier pigeons to communicate, but we like things well done, since good things take time.
Miguel Sánchez Ibáñez: We like to devote the necessary time to each process and pay special attention to the details. We like to create products that last over time, that do not have a planned obsolescence, and that can pass from one generation to another. We are tired of buying products that last six months and then you have to throw them away. Nowadays, it’s only about profit. But we are not going to follow that path. We like the way things were made before.
We like to be authentic; we like real things.