Kirah Design’s ecological craft of artisanal sculpture is from Bolivia for the world. Produced directly from leftover materials from certified forestry, each piece is unique. The sublime expression of artisanal effort and preservation of culture and ecology evocates art at its purest form. Winner of the Cartier Women’s Initiative Award in 2012, the artist Gabriela Flores produces with forest waste. She then turns in them into decorative sculptures such as vases and bowls. “An imperfect physical form of recovered wood from our forest can turn into beautiful objects of art that challenge one’s perception of space and form.” The subject of her work is Bolivian Rosewood.