OUR TEXTILES DEVELOPMENT
Our designers and artisans propose new textures, graphics, patterns, colors and techniques that merge to create beautiful blankets developed for our catalogs and for our clients.
Obtaining better finishes in our alpaca textiles has been a constant concern and important advances have been achieved thanks to the support of Innóvate, organism of the Ministry of Production.
HEIMTEXTIL & AMBIENTE
This is the most important Show in the world in Home textiles and is held in January in Frankfurt, Germany. Allpa has been participating for several years here and this 2017 we have seen an interesting recovery of both the European and North American markets in terms of textile demand.
CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS, a future bet
On Monday, December 4, 2107, a small workshop was held with the Spanish consultant Juan Carlos Santos, specialist in analysis of trends for the objects for decoration and fashion market. With him, we had very interesting moments of discussion and analysis of what Allpa's future strategies in product development can be.
TONY & ISIDORO
The story of this family of weavers begins with Isidoro, who came from Cuzco to Lima while he was a thirteen years old. He worked in a weaving workshop for five years where he learned the skill.
ANTONIO & LUZ
Born in Huancayo, they both are pioneers in local jewelry production, specially in the Rimac neighborhood, where we find a long jewelry making tradition in Lima.
CRAFTS COUNCIL PERU
The 10 top peruvian exporting companies launched at the end of 2016 the CRAFTS COUNCIL PERU, a platform that will help to promote exports quality handcrafts in the international market. Allpa is part of this platform and this is the first time that such an associative effort is being made.
THE INVISIBLE HAND
This is the name of our book, a publication that was part of the celebration of our 30 years and in which we pay tribute to all those actors who have had a presence in our history, with their beautiful crafts, with their work , With their confidence and effort to get to where we are today.
Our collection of handloom pieces is developed not only with an design aproach, but also with a technological point of view.
Alex, an entrepreneur in Chulucanas. Doing business in Peru is a complex road and requires a lot of courage. Alex became a potter to help his uncle Jose many years and from him he learned all the secrets of making pots.