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Project 213A is a European design house that launched in 2021, founded by Jurgita Dileviciute, Theresa Marx and Clement Deboeuf.

The name of the brand “Project 213A” refers to a London based address where they each have lived in - at different times throughout their studies.

Jurgita and Theresa studied at the University of the Arts London with a degree in Footwear and Fashion Design; Clement has a finance degree from Ines Paris.

After several years of working in their professional fields, the global lockdown in 2020 presented the founders with the opportunity to work together and found Project 213A.

The brand lays a big focus on traditional craftsmanship with the goal to create long lasting design pieces that don’t fall into trend patterns.

All products are made locally in Project 213A’s in-house ceramic and wood workshops with further help of skilled artisans from Northern Portugal.

The Portuguese heritage in craftsmanship also has a strong influence on the brand’s design practice. To honour this, the brand names most of their collections after Portuguese cities and areas.

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We at Projects 213 A take responsibility for our operations and reflect on how our choices affect the well-being of people and the environment. We aim to foster long-term partnerships with our manufacturers and local craftsmen as well as promote a company culture based on transparency.

Hence, we believe that the most sustainable choice we can make is to design on the philosophy of longevity, durability and timelessness. In our manufacturing facilities, we strive to ensure the health and safety of our dedicated craftspeople. While for our production, we aim to source local materials creating a tight ecosystem to reduce transportation carbon footprint.

As a new brand, our responsibility is to be open and honest about these challenges. Therefore, as we grow and learn we strive to keep improving towards the betterment of the local community and environment.