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Meşteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) is a network of social economy enterprises and an active supporter of Roma traditional crafts. Meteshukar ButiQ managed to bring a fresh vision on Roma crafts and revive traditional products and objects with contemporary...more
Beautiful, unique objects, jewelry and clothes made by members of the Rroma community. The store has a social function, helping revive the historical crafts of the Rroma community. A must-see place in Bucharest.
if you want to discover an unique shop in Bucharest, this is the place. the shop not only sells some fine pieces of art, but it tells some stories about the people behind the creations. we spent there more than an hour, talking with one...More
This is an outlet for a project that promotes Romanian artisian craftsmanship through contemporary designs by internationally recognised designers. I visited the store in Bucharest just to have a look. It was originally intended to be a quick visit, but it turned into more than...More
Awesome shop, definitely worth visiting. They have a number of handcrafted and designed Romani products, including clothes, jewelry, and things for the kitchen. The pieces are beautiful, with the design mixing traditional and contemporary styles, with the manufacture being done the same way as it...More
Mesteshukar Butiq is a rare find. The Butiq is part of an NGO. They design lovely art (silver, brace, wood, clothes) together with the artist and sell this only here in this shop (or online). Via this initiative they maintain the old fashioned way of...More
Please, take few minutes for a deeper look into this wonderful project. It was one of the most engaged and interesting project, I ever experienced in Romania. Rarely such
non-profit activities to find. MBQ-Team, I wish you power, good energy and a long breath along...More
I found the shop Meşteshukar Butiq in the festival . Really beautiful things and all handmade! Roma traditional crafts meet modern design to create jewellery, fashion and home-deco collections! Must see!
This shop was full of unique items made by local artisans, and the man who was working there gave us lots of information about the method behind making each piece, the artists who made them, and the traditions that are still employed. This is the...More