MINIMALISM AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Pukka Berlin is the fusion of three different cultures, based on a common design idea. We want to create modern-minimalist, unique forms that convey our glocal origins. What do we mean by glocal? We integrate global developments to local cultures and ideas, and the other way around. For example, Berlin is just one of the cities that inspire us. Simple elegance without ballyhoo and dynamic liveliness define Berlin for us. You can find our design language especially in the Nimbus collection as well as in the Essential collection. It combines with the vast nature, majestic wildlife and untamed possibilities of Nairobi and the rich history and colorful tradition of Bombay. Check out our Jodhpur collection and you'll understand what we mean. Uniting our backgrounds into one design idea creates a whole new look. The simplification of millennial culture as well as natural patterns complement the shapes of the human body, creating an extraordinary look and feel. This is our idea of the design concept of Pukka Berlin.
The Tembo collection is one of our favorite collections and a great example of our design concept. The jewelry is inspired by the mighty elephants of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. The elegant, minimalist shape of their tusks fits beautifully with our style. Tusks are also one of the main reasons poachers attack elephants. To combat this, we are donating portions of our profits from this collection to the Ol Pejeta Conservation Area in Kenya. Our contribution to protect these amazing animals and help keep these majestic giants safe in the wild. We will keep sharing posts on our blog about the inspirations for our collections. So feel free to write us in the comments what you want to know more about.