With regard to global sustainable development goals, particularly Sustainable consumption and production, using wool for carpet manufacturing is the logical and optimal choice when taking price, quality and the environmental effect into consideration.
Wool is a natural and renewable raw material, and as such is particularly environmentally friendly, while also displaying special characteristics that offer a plethora of advantages: the effect on human health, reduced cost, recyclability etc. Perhaps the most important thing of all is that a material with these characteristics encourages business and behavioural patterns that, especially today, should be a priority for each link in the supply chain if we take into account that the environment is irreplaceable.
If we take into consideration the life cycle approach, which is closely linked to the environmental footprint, we become aware that its reduction can and must be included in our joint decision on how to use resources. Wool is a high-quality, structurally strong and elastic fabric, which ensures carpet durability, as evidenced by their frequent presence in numerous buildings.
Our company sees environmentally-friendly design as an outlook that begins with the concept design, before the carpet is even manufactured and fitted, thus allowing the products to be designed in a way that makes them easily replaceable in case of mechanical damage or heavy soiling, without marring the aesthetics of the room itself. Also, we use the term to refer to "resistant design" in the sense that it is barely affected by current fashion trends and seasons.
In a way, it is their classical nature, while at the same time balancing style and environmental friendliness, which along with wool fabric as a material, ensures that they do not overstay their welcome. This defers replacement and cost, thus supporting the concept of responsible and sustainable consumption, which is a priority for Regeneracija.
Note: Each carpet is handmade. Due to this, the carpets may vary – particularly those whose design requires the mixing of various colours that transition from one to another. Due to different monitor settings, the colours in the photographs may vary from the actual hue of the product, as well as the construction material.