1. How To Bend Rattan

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    Bending rattan cane at Veal Rinh commune in Laos

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    • Desser - Rattan Furniture since 1919

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      Desser are a family-run can furniture specialist based in Manchester.

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      • Island Estate by Tommy Bahama Home

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        With a rich blending of natural materials, textures and exciting new finish colors, Island Estate celebrates an eclectic mix of British Plantation and refined Caribbean styling. Enjoy the latest introduction from the Tommy Bahama brand. Visit www.TBfurniture.com to view this collection.

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        • Rattan Tunnel at Bacanalia by Natalia Ortega Gámez and Jose Thén

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          See more architecture and design movies at www.dezeen.com/movies This woven rattan tunnel by Dominican designers Natalia Ortega Gámez and Jose Thén offered a secluded hangout for music fans at Caribbean festival Bacanalia. Gámez and Thén worked with a group of local artisans to build the temporary tunnels at the Bacanalia festival site in Santo Domingo. Using a traditional basket-weaving technique, the team wound the rattan over a staggered series of curved metal frames, creating two structures that wind across the grass in succession. Installation took around six weeks and was completed by the addition of a wooden floor and low-level lighting.

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          • RattanShop TV-Commercial

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            TV-Commercial produced by CORPMEDIA™

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            • Non-Timber Forest Product: Indonesia's Forests Hidden Economy

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              Forests are complex ecosystems that support a myriad of life forms. Forests play important roles in human life, functioning as a source of food, energy, livelihoods and homes for more than 48 million people all over the Indonesian archipelago. It also inspire the culture of Indonesian people. Over centuries, people evolved their cultural forest ethnicity, into a wealthy living harmony. This video will gives some description about the unique non-timber forest products produced by forest people that can create high economic value in the urban lifestyle while at the same time, forest will also connect us to the age old Indonesian ancient traditional heritage. Narrated by: Nora-Jane Noone Directed & Edited by: Nanang Sujana Produced by: Satgas REDD+

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              • Rattanshop.ch TV Werbung SS 2013

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                Rattanshop.ch ist einer der führenden Schweizer Anbieter von hochwertigen Lounge -und Gartenmöbel aus wetterfestem Kunststoffgeflecht. Das umfangreiche Sortiment besticht durch das beste Preis-Leistungsverhältnis der Schweiz und ist sowohl für Private als auch für die Gastronomie geeignet. www.rattanshop.ch

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                • Batak Rattan Harvesting

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                  The stems of the climbing rattan palms are of significant commercial value in Palawan, as elsewhere in South East Asia . Both large and small diameter rattans are gathered by the Batak, with the former being much prized for furniture making, and thus exported internationally. Batak protection measures for rattan include the exclusion of good palm groves from swidden clearings, and the cutting of single stemmed rattans before the plant has produced fruits. In addition, Batak are aware that when rattan is harvested, a portion of the palm’s cane should be left attached to the plant, in order to allow the growth of the young stems. They also avoid frequent harvesting from the same plant and the cutting of small diameter canes. The Batak have traditionally harvested wild palms for their edible hearts. Calamus spp. and Daemonorops spp. yield very little, but Arenga spp. and Oncosperma spp. might provide buds up to two to three kilos. For more information the following article: "From Indigenous Customary Practices to Policy Interventions: The Ecological and Socio-cultural Underpinnings of the Non-timber Forest Trade on Palawan Island, the Philippines" in Sarah A Laird, Rebecca J. Mc Lain and Rachel P. Wynberg (Eds) Wild Product Governance: Finding Policies that Work for Non-Timber Forest Products – 2010, pp. 183-197. Earthscan: London, Washington DC – can be downloaded from this site: http://www.kent.ac.uk/sac/staff-profiles/profiles/social-anthropology/research-staff/novellino_dario.html

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                  • Rattan.co.uk - 2012 Range of Rattan Garden Furniture

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                    Rattan.co.uk - 2012 Range of Rattan Garden Furniture Rattan.co.uk - The Original Rattan Garden Furniture Supplier. We are based in the UK and ship nationwide - call our Customer Service team on 0800 0124 354 or 01202 901384 if you have any questions!

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