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Company name: ONO CREATIONS LTD.

Adress:  The Black Church, St. Mary’s Place,

Dublin 7,

Country: Ireland 



Contact person: Bernadette Bodenmueller


Phone: +41 789443199 

Skype: bernadette.bodenmueller



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Sustainable Company Profile 



Cork is the bark of the cork oak tree, and it is certainly one of the more fascinating materials. For nearly

3,000 years, the cultivation of cork oak trees has proven to be one of our planet's most sustainable and

environmentally responsible types of farming. Harvesting the cork doesn’t harm the tree itself, because only the bark is extracted. It regrows within a couple of years and can then be harvested again.

Cork forests support high levels of biodiversity and foster a great diversity of plants and endangered species.


Its growth reduces up to two times the amount of CO2 compared to other trees. Besides, it offers fair

remuneration and a high employment rate to farmers and workers. Cork is reusable, fire and water resistant, insulating and biodegradable. We only use the highest quality cork available. The cork is applied to the tencel© backing by hand and our combination of cork and tencel© is the only of its kind worldwide.





We developed our own worldwide exclusive cork-tencel©-fabric to create a material that combines a terrific tactile experience, highest quality, durability and a fully ethical approach in one fabric. It is also the only sustainable cork leather fabric currently available.


Its production is a meticulous process, highest quality cork is hand-applied by Portuguese experts to a

backing of OEKO-TEX® certified 100% tencel© fabric. We don’t use any polyester or plastic layer in between and we only use water-based glue and a water-based finish to guarantee long-lasting quality and durability as well as a fully sustainable approach. Both glue and finishing, don’t contain any harmful

components unlike common synthetic glue or finishing, don’t release any harmful components into the

atmosphere or on the skin when touched and they do not harm the environment.


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