Each booth is an ingenious stand-alone, roofed structure made out of indigenous materials
such as coconut shells, seashells and even dried fish.
The brand's handmade bags have perfected that signature balance of polished and artisanal, while bringing to the spotlight the use of indigenous materials
, like abaca, raffia and wicker.
"We want to strengthen the use of indigenous materials
in the market," says Francis Calaquian, chairman of the DCP.
He said the crown would reflect the dynamic nature of Botswana's culture and incorporate indigenous materials
After learning the technical and business aspects of bagmaking, and combining that with the principles of interior design, Karen began designing bags using indigenous materials
. She wanted to manipulate and transform different local materials and use them in a modern and innovative way.
Architecture historian Gerard Lico in his book, 'Arkitekturang Filipino,' writes that Edsa Shrine is one of Manosa's noted works, embodying his 'neovernacular' style characterized by 'native architectural forms and indigenous materials
It is fabricated mainly from indigenous materials
costing less than Rs80,000.
Though the previous government had assured that rebate would be offered on indigenous materials
. The Association also criticised reduction in rebate and exclusion of yarn and fabric from the list.
According to him, the new song illustrated how Nigerians don't appreciate indigenous materials
and talents,this is just as he hinted that the indigenous works are now taking over the world.
The previous government had further assured that it would strictly be available for exports from indigenous materials
Table 5 show that among all the factors highlighted as possible constrains to indigenous publishing in Nigeria, 'poor sales promotion of indigenous materials
' has the most strong factor X = 2.89; SD =1.033 follow by 'challenge of junk publishing firm' X = 2.62; SD =0.967.