Working in association with Madhya Pradesh State Bamboo Mission (MPSBM), Delhi based Mianzi- A ‘Sustainable Bamboo Furniture’ brand introduces craft-based modular bamboo lighting manufactured using CAD moulds and jigs for bamboo weaving.
As Contemporary Bamboo furniture and smart lighting revolutionse various sectors including architecture, interior design and hospitality, Mianzi, a purpose-led home décor and furnishing brand plays with the structure of the lamp made from traditionally available natural material.
They have designed scores of unique lamps for various spaces like handmade woven hanging pendant light, natural bamboo pendant light & chandeliers for homes, restaurants, and offices. Artistically hand-engineered from locally sourced bamboo, this minimalistic collection gives you the freedom to explore different configurations and bring home the natural lighting.
This will not only provide better and sustainable alternatives for wood or plastic-made products but also revive the cultural heritage of India while generating thousands of jobs in rural India.
Exploring the limitless possibilities of the transforming, Mianzi in collaboration with MPSBM encourages and boosts the growth of quality bamboo, bringing in skilled artisans from all across the state and training them to promote competent designs that could capture national and international markets by making available advanced tools and equipment.
MPSBM further enables MSME’s to create value by providing them with manufacturing resources and insights into recent trends. Working on international standards, MPSBM is propelling bamboo to become the perfect raw material — which is sustainable and is being industrialized, while promoting and nurturing all its subsidiaries and underlings to elevate.
India has the largest area and the second-largest reserve of bamboo in the world. Bamboo has the potential to transform the country’s rural economy and contribute to the sustainable development efforts of the country and revolutionize the world view of sustainability.
It’s about time ruban aspirations took a cue from indigenous artisans, viewing bamboo as a most worthy material used for décor, garden furniture, and artifacts of ornamental appeal and understanding that this green diamond can impact the Indian economy positively and help us bring our carbon footprint to zero.
There is a need to encourage people to diversify bamboo usage as a sustainable architectural and eco-friendly material after considering its economic factors. India houses immense potential to cultivate this green industry, promote sustainable production and consumption, and contribute to ecological and cultural wealth, at the same time.