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Tugas Pedestal

The Tugas Pedestal by Bernardo Urbina Designs is made out a wood debris handpicked by the designer. Tugas, also known as the Philippine Oak - a hard resistant wood, was used to produce this industrial looking pedestal, making it a conversation item for your living room or office space.  This product is a perfect example of a modern philippine piece of furniture, which retains the history of the material and the Filipino culture embedded in the furniture itself. Place this item in your home and get a chance to share the story with the people who matter to you. The brainchild of Bernardo Urbina, the company's ethos is that the design aspect of a furniture or product must go hand-in-hand with the social aspect. They believe we all have a responsibility to help the society we live in. With this vision Bernardo Urbina is dedicated to create furniture out of waste materials such as debris left by a natural disasters or drift wood found around the outskirts of a city. The brand upcycles raw material and gives it new value in the shape of sculptural furniture.  Design type: One-Of-A-Kind | Handcrafted | Heritage | Cultural | Vintage | Sculptural Sustainability: Upcycled materials | Local ethically sourced raw materials | Social impact projects | Disaster & Humanitarian relief Year: 2015 Materials: Upcycled tugas wood | Folded metal Dimensions : 40 cm W x 40 cm L x 100 cm H (approx) Weight: 35 kg Delivery time: 6-8 weeks Region: Philippines Comments: Product ships pre-assembled, in a wood crate, by national courier. This unique item is handcrafted from reclaimed materials, therefore actual product may vary from pictures shown. This made-to-order product cannot be exchanged or returned. FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING IS INCLUDED WITH ALL ORDERS

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from Little Proud Kid Marketplace

Filipino Children's Favorite Stories

This colorfully illustrated multicultural children's book presents Philippine fairy tales and other folk stories‰ۡÌÝÌÒproviding insight into a rich oral culture. Filipino Children's Favorite Stories p

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from Little Proud Kid Marketplace

My First Book of Tagalog Words: Filipino Rhymes and Verses

My First Book of Tagalog Words: Filipino Rhymes and Verses @purplepinay1975 look, for Harper! Lol.

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The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race

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The Filipino Cookbook: 85 Homestyle Recipes to Delight Your Family and Friends

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from Little Proud Kid Marketplace

Filipino Friends

Travel to the Philippines without leaving home!From the author of Filipino Children's Favorite Stories comes a book for young children that features a Filipino-

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from Little Proud Kid Marketplace

Filipino Celebrations: A Treasury of Feasts and Festivals

Great reference book if you want to learn about Filipino celebrations for your classroom.

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Double Traviesa Side Table

The Double Traviesa Side Table by Bernardo Urbina Designs is made from old railway wood known as Traviesa, gathered from around the Philippines and then upcycled. The wood was kept intact and propped up using two metal legs. It is the perfect compliment to the Traviesa Console Table (see our Tables Collection). This item brings a modern and cozy energy to any room, and it embodies the Spaniards railway building story in the Philippines from a 100 years ago. This product is a perfect example of a modern philippine piece of furniture, which retains the history of the material and the Filipino culture embedded in the furniture itself. Place this item in your house and get a chance to share the story with the people who matter to you. The brainchild of Bernardo Urbina, the company's ethos is that the design aspect of a furniture or product must go hand-in-hand with the social aspect. They believe we all have a responsibility to help the society we live in. With this vision Bernardo Urbina is dedicated to create furniture out of waste materials such as debris left by a natural disasters or drift wood found around the outskirts of a city. The brand upcycles raw material and gives it new value in the shape of sculptural furniture.  Design type: One-Of-A-Kind | Handcrafted | Heritage | Cultural | Vintage | Sculptural Sustainability: Upcycled materials | Local ethically sourced raw materials | Social impact projects | Disaster & Humanitarian relief Year: 2015 Materials: Traviesa wood | Folded metal Dimensions : 45 cm W x 45 cm L x 50 cm H Weight: 15 kg Delivery time: 6-8 weeks Region: Philippines Technical information: This product can only be used with LED or low-density light bulbs (not included). The lamp may be cleaned with a dry brush. Comments: This unique item is handcrafted from reclaimed natural materials, therefore actual product may vary from pictures shown. This made-to-order product cannot be exchanged or returned. Product ships by national courier. FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INCLUDED WITH ALL ORDERS

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Japanese Children's Favorite Stories (Hardcover)

This colorfully illustrated multicultural children's book presents Japanese…