“It all began with a desire to undo the established path, the path we rush into, as if it were a train we can’t get off that only takes us farther from ourselves. This idea brought Francisco, founder of Woodabu, back to Béjar, his birthplace filled with forests and wood. After finishing his first designs, he would go to his grandma’s house to hear her opinion and eat together. His grandma became his biggest support. From her love and care, the name Woodabu was born. Woodabu has only grown and advanced since its birth.”

The care they put into everything they do and the way they make everything by hand is what drew me to this project and its story. When I got to meet the people involved and hear their stories, I knew my goal was to tell these stories and show the importance of their work. I’m very happy with everything I took away from this project–thanks Woodabu!

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