Shared Terracotta Designs with 10 entrepreuners and over 20 individuals all over the world till date
Some products and communication material are Free to download on our site.
In our view it is critical that we all can participate easily in looking after our shared natural resources.
We acknowledge that getting everyone to make a difference cannot be fulfilled by one company or only one type of solution. That is why we made our signature terracotta range Open Source with a Creative Commons Licence of Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.
Our design intention was to be easy to replicateand create a culture of Copy4Good. Our site is designed to make all information easy and fun to understand with a host of free presentations, posters and films.
Our idea was to catalyse the space for a new practice to emerge and set the conditions for a new market.
Our first drawings shared with interested parties
The detailed Why sheet helped people understand the design decisions we had taken.
Mimba Compost in Chile is the first Entrepreneur (2009)to use our drawings
Paulo filled in her intention report and we sent her the drawings, instruction manuals and other details. She is a designer and went on to develop other products as well.
Mimba Compost continues to operate and inspire that region
Paulo is responsible for composting becoming cool in that region and many more companies have emerged in Latin America inspired by the Kambha!
The first Indian entrepreneur who used our drawings
Jose was from Kerala, he participated in our first partner meet in Goa and went on to produce and sell these products in his region.
Leaf Composter drawings shared with different partners and entrepreneurs
Our leaf composters have been shared with over 40 people from our site as well as through interactions on mail.
The intention Report filled by Chilean Partner who used our drawings to build an enterprise
Exhibition of Chilean partner with products
Knowledge transfer by us included accessories for composting
Chilean partner sales report in 2012 showed growing adoption
Our first adaption of the drawings was done by Rob in America where he sold these as the DIY kits in 2007.
A Railway officer in Orissa made this from our drawings in 2008 February for himself and his friends
He trained a local potter and would call often to get details before the final product was finalised.
Sandhya from Dubai used our Gamla drawings to make products to sell in 2007
Anil Ranglani made these in the Mumbai Dharavi area from our drawings to sell in 2009