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From the beginning of our journey in Ekohunters we have come across companies from different countries that shared with us a passion for design and care for the environment, and whose products we have been adding to our catalogue. Today we have a closer look to Portuguese eco desing. Feito em Portugal.

Galula, founded by Filipa Mendes and Gustavo Macedo, with the aim of creating quality products nationally produced and full of color. They find inspiration in the smiles and the happiness of the people, and they want to prove that besides being functional, design can be fun.



Orikomi is a company from Lisbon dedicated to the design and manufacture of paper lamps with a unique style, where clean lines and geometric shapes stand out as the hallmark of the house. Available both as table lamps and pendants, they come in a wide range of colours and patterns.



Greatest Candle has developed a method for converting used oils into candles, an internationally certified technology called «Oil2Wax Technology», which consists of mixing a powder made from natural ingredients with any oil we may have at home, either raw, used or from canned food.

The result is a carbon neutral vegetal candle that, in addition to lasting longer than a paraffin candle, offers a clean and safe combustion.



Dedal aims to turn everyday objects into unique pieces capable of transforming routine into memorable experiences. They are commited to preserving the legacy of the Portuguese heritage, and to promoting conscious models consumption for a healthier, more sustainable world.




Movecho is a Portuguese-Swiss company founded in Portugal almost thirty years ago that aims to question the established ideas, the materials used, the manufacturing process and even the final product.

Taking advantage of the large number of cork oaks in Portugal, Movecho uses cork as the main material in its products, standing up to the well-established custom-made furniture industry.



HR Design Studio stands for exploration and new details in the design. «Behind the obvious» is the motto from which they set out to discover new colours and shapes, and ways of combining them.

Originality is the combination and exploration of the limits of its potential.



Find out more about the rest of our international designers!