Stories

Who made your things?

I'm at home with a cup of coffee and a magazine. I look around and realize that most things I have decided to keep and display in my living room have a story behind them. Some of them are gifts from precious friends, others I bought from stores or people whose philosophy matched my own. The home is a collection of stories. Most of us tend to gather things we like. And when aesthetics, functionality and clever solutions come together we are in for a treat.

Another thing I’d like to mention to you is that for years I’ve been, probably like most of you, heavily worried about consumption and the impact it has on the and environment and our planet. I’ve been recycling and doing other personal initiatives like not using plastic bags, minimizing my transport in fuel vehicles and selecting carefully what I buy and how long I will use it. I’ve also been advising companies and institutions on social and environmental responsibility for almost a decade. For some time, I’ve wanted to do something that has an impact on a bigger scale. It is my hope that if we all contribute and if we have access to products that are made consciously we can make our world a bit more fair, equal and sustainable.

This is why I founded FÓLK and I hope you will join our community by reading our stories and checking out our products that we design with this philosophy in mind. 

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Who made your things?

Supply chain transparency is important in a world full of products. The story behind each and every product is as important as the product itself. We want to improve supply chain transparency through #whomademythingsRead more
First thousand days of an entrepreneur

I'm at home with a cup of coffee and a magazine. I look around and realize that most things I have decided to keep and display in my living room have a story behind them. Some of them are gifts from precious friends, others I bought from stores or people whose philosophy matched my own. The home is a collection of stories. Most of us tend to gather things we like. And when aesthetics, functionality and clever solutions come together we are in for a treat.

Another thing I’d like to mention to you is that for years I’ve been, probably like most of you, heavily worried about consumption and the impact it has on the and environment and our planet. I’ve been recycling and doing other personal initiatives like not using plastic bags, minimizing my transport in fuel vehicles and selecting carefully what I buy and how long I will use it. I’ve also been advising companies and institutions on social and environmental responsibility for almost a decade. For some time, I’ve wanted to do something that has an impact on a bigger scale. It is my hope that if we all contribute and if we have access to products that are made consciously we can make our world a bit more fair, equal and sustainable.

This is why I founded FÓLK and I hope you will join our community by reading our stories and checking out our products that we design with this philosophy in mind. 

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @folkreykjavik

 

First thousand days of an entrepreneur

Six sustainability practices we follow

I'm at home with a cup of coffee and a magazine. I look around and realize that most things I have decided to keep and display in my living room have a story behind them. Some of them are gifts from precious friends, others I bought from stores or people whose philosophy matched my own. The home is a collection of stories. Most of us tend to gather things we like. And when aesthetics, functionality and clever solutions come together we are in for a treat.

Another thing I’d like to mention to you is that for years I’ve been, probably like most of you, heavily worried about consumption and the impact it has on the and environment and our planet. I’ve been recycling and doing other personal initiatives like not using plastic bags, minimizing my transport in fuel vehicles and selecting carefully what I buy and how long I will use it. I’ve also been advising companies and institutions on social and environmental responsibility for almost a decade. For some time, I’ve wanted to do something that has an impact on a bigger scale. It is my hope that if we all contribute and if we have access to products that are made consciously we can make our world a bit more fair, equal and sustainable.

This is why I founded FÓLK and I hope you will join our community by reading our stories and checking out our products that we design with this philosophy in mind. 

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @folkreykjavik

 

Six sustainability practices we follow

We are highly committed to making the Earth better through business. Here’s a list of six issues we, at FÓLK Reykjavik, do to support a fairer kind of capitalism and a cleaner and safer environment through our business operations.Read more