THE HOME OF SUSTAINABLE THINGS specialises in products with zero or low carbon output and is the first of its kind store and a design platform to curate exclusively, circular and sustainable design. Its unique take on design and product development addresses waste in the economy and demonstrates craft processes that tackle the issue.
As a leader in this movement, THE HOME OF SUSTAINABLE THINGS represents a sophisticated collection of ethical products that demonstrates artisanal skills against a backdrop of sustainability and innovation. We explore the use of construction waste, agricultural waste, hemp, biomass, food and paper waste, glass, metal scrap and so on as building materials.
Our product range reveals the possibilities of crafting not only aesthetically beautiful and useful objects, but achieving it without putting more strain on global resources and by demonstrating how the so-called “waste” can be upcycled and transformed into valuable products, THE HOME OF SUSTAINABLE THINGS provides an alternative to conventional design as well as fresh ideas and a spectrum of unique opportunities for interior designers, architects and other creatives to advance their fields.
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Prior to co-founding The Home Of Sustainable Things [HOST], Petko managed and produced event concepts for a variety of brands from the hospitality industry and later the design industry in an event career that had spun over a decade.
Petko co-founded HOST in 2018 with the intention of supplying the event industry and the general market, with sustainable alternatives to those conventional goods of similar utility produced in a non-sustainable manner.
His role as Managing Director is to oversee operations and development, B2B collaborations, designers liaisons as well as retail and bespoke services.
Co-Founder & Creative Director
Desislava is a brand developer with passion for design, interior designs and arts. In her 20+ years of experience she has worked within a variety of roles, including finances, product development, project management, marketing, sales and administration. Her inexhaustible passion for art, design and detail however has direct implications on her brand management and leading up to a variety of concepts including set design and production.
Despite coming from different backgrounds, marketing and design, and hospitality respectively, the co-founders shared vision for detail, quality and differentiation that led them co-found their production business in 2010, followed by the launch of an Interactive Concept Store and the ever more ambitious concept to build a platform for the pioneers of Circular Design - The Home Of Sustainable Things.
At The Home Of Sustainable Things, Desislava oversees the brand development and its creative direction.