The research of American antique furniture has been the focus of mine before I founded Callus. The only reason that I adore American antique furniture is that “in the past, people use their whole lifetime just to make one piece of furniture.” The craftsmanship’s work and the abundant sensation of the era indulges me. To sit on the working stand made by handicraftsmen 100 years ago, drinking coffee, accessing life.
But how to deliver his affection to others? If a culture is to quickly precipitate and be accepted, the best approach is to restore a life, providing a full angle living proposal. Using the multi-dimension store perception, to harbor hair salon, coffee shop, bar, department store, shoe store, vintage clothing store, suitcase store etc.
The establishment of Callus is not to gain attention from selling product to the general public, but to express one living style to attract more people to join this recycle phase, our lives included.