Woodlane Tapazz – 3-pack

De vormen van deze mooie bamboe tapasplankjes zijn geïnspireerd door de historische gevels van Nederland! Je gebruikt ze voor alle soorten hapjes.  Tussen de borrels door zet je ze als accessoire tegen de keukenwand.  Je kunt het bamboe insmeren met eetbare olie (zoals zonnebloemolie of olijfolie)  om de kleur iets donkerder te maken. In dit 3-pack zitten de klokgevel, trapgevel en halsgevel verpakt. Ze kunnen ook los of als 2-pack worden besteld.

Afmetingen:  17 x 10 x 1,6 cm (per  plankje)

About the material:

Bamboo is a fast growing plant with timber specs. It grows to maturity in 5 years versus 30 – 120 years for timbers. After a bamboo plant is harvested, four to seven new plants will grow from its roots. No replanting necessary, just like that, made possible by nature. Bamboo is known for its hard surface, making it a robust and long lasting material. Despite its hardness it is very suitable to craft.

Some facts about the sustainability of bamboo are:

  • It is grown without pesticides or chemical fertilisers
  • It requires no irrigation
  • It rarely needs replanting
  • It grows rapidly and can be harvested in 3-5 years
  • It produces 35% more oxygen that an equivalent stand of trees
  • It sequesters carbon dioxide and is carbon neutral
  • It is a critical element in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
  • It is an excellent soil erosion inhibitor
  • It grows in a wide range of environments
  • It’s production into fibres has lower environmental impact than other forms of fibre, especially synthetic ones.

The shapes of these nice little bamboo tapas plates are inspired by the historic buildings of the Netherlands! You can use them for all types of snacks and cakes and they make a great home accessory when placed against the kitchen wall. You can apply some edible oil  (such as sunflower oil or olive oil) to make the color slightly darker. In this 3-pack you get the clockgable, neckgable and stepgable shapes.

Sizes:  17 x 10 x 1,6 cm (each item)

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About the material:

Bamboo is a fast growing plant with timber specs. It grows to maturity in 5 years versus 30 – 120 years for timbers. After a bamboo plant is harvested, four to seven new plants will grow from its roots. No replanting necessary, just like that, made possible by nature. Bamboo is known for its hard surface, making it a robust and long lasting material. Despite its hardness it is very suitable to craft.

Some facts about the sustainability of bamboo are:

  • It is grown without pesticides or chemical fertilisers
  • It requires no irrigation
  • It rarely needs replanting
  • It grows rapidly and can be harvested in 3-5 years
  • It produces 35% more oxygen that an equivalent stand of trees
  • It sequesters carbon dioxide and is carbon neutral
  • It is a critical element in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
  • It is an excellent soil erosion inhibitor
  • It grows in a wide range of environments
  • It’s production into fibres has lower environmental impact than other forms of fibre, especially synthetic ones.