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    Urban Nature Culture

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    Urban Nature Culture (UNC) brings the world to your home.

    One of the reasons Urban Nature Culture Amsterdam was brought to life, is because Anne believes that taking care of the future of our world, nature and its inhabitants, can only be achieved by looking at ourselves. The change lies within ourselves. UNC is a home and lifestyle brand that continuously challenges her – wondering about ways to add better value to our planet and its inhabitants, us people.

    Step by step, UNC find more ways to produce products in a sustainable way. Not just by paying fair wages to the talented craftsmen or honest dealers and companies who provide great products for our homes, but also by using new and planet-friendly sources, or secondary instead of new, raw materials. It is our obligation to invest in the future and to be transparent about the way we produce our goods.

    The products of Urban Nature Culture

    In our collection of Urban Nature Culture you will find the best products for the table, in the kitchen or in front of the wall. Very popular are for example the Urban Nature Culture (Good morning) mugs. These have their own unique style that reminds you of old England. But besides the mugs you can also come to us for many more Urban Nature Culture crockery such as Urban Nature Culture bamboo plates or drinking glasses.

    UNC combines contemporary design with centuries-old traditions. Prints, drawings, patterns and shapes are inspired by the cultures in Africa, the Middle East, South America, Asia and Europe. In short, from all over the world.

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