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Menu Nepal Project Teddy

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The Nepal Projects series is born of the collaborative efforts between Menu, Norm Architects, Note Design Studio, Afteroom, and A Hint of Neon. The Swedish and Danish design studios have partnered to create this series of exclusive handmade items from Nepalese craftspeople. The project is meant to provide young women with jobs to keep them within their own communities, and to prevent human trafficking - a major concern in Nepali communities. Many girls and young women from Nepal are sent to India for work and are tricked into prostitution. The Nepal Projects gives these girls an opportunity to support themselves and their families in fair and safe conditions.

This teddy bear is designed in a pure, minimalist fashion and is made of 100% wool. This teddy can just as easily sit sit beautifully as a home decor item or become a loved object of comfort. Cozy and sweet, it’s simple design allows you room for imagination.

Details

Made of 100% Wool

Dimensions: H 10.6” (27 cm)

Designed by Afteroom

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About The Designer

Menu

Obsessed with clever solutions for modern living, Menu strives to create timeless objects of both beauty and function. Based in Denmark, Menu works with top designers and local craftspeople the world over, to create the best modern design while preserving traditional skills.

"We want to make the world better, less complicated, a little bit nicer to wake up to." – Menu