It’s been a while since we checked in on Tangkoko, our client of the ethical Indonesian and Indian furniture. Here, site editor Louise Lyne gives an update into all things wooden and eco-friendly.
Titivating the Tangkoko furniture website has kept everyone at theEword busy over these early autumn days. The site is constantly expanding, with snappy product reviews being uploaded weekly.
Behind the scenes at theEword hub, plans for more Tangkoko content are afoot. This is set to include a broader look at lifestyle issues surrounding the Tangkoko ethos – everything from planning an ethical Halloween party to volcanic activity in Indonesia.
With all this green research, theEword’s directors are feeling an ethical vibe, and have even made the brave and (uncharacteristically) healthy decision to purchase organic blackcurrant cordial for the office.
This move towards a lard-free lifestyle has also seen a dangerous demand for smoothies raspberry-rippling its way through the office. Although it must be said, these aren’t always up to Mark Baker’s superior tastes (Guava, mango and Goji berries, indeed).
In other theEword news, the office fan has finally been switched off (with the clocks going back and rain drowning us all daily, we have officially let go of summer). This is good because it means I can get on with my work without looking strange and windswept. Which is more than can be said for some of the team.