The small country village Bogatu Roman
The small country village is part of the community of Pauca in Transylvania. With a population of 1,700. Where only 100 have a job – 18 of which are at Tisca. The rug manufactory has been operating an external workshop in Bogatu Roman, where 18 women process remnants of yarn to make high-quality rugs, for more than four years now.
As a visitor to the small workshop you immediately feel at home. Huge bales of wool in warm natural tones and bright colours line the entrance to the workshop. Only the muffled to and fro of the old wooden looms can be heard. Here 18 female weavers have found work. They process remnants of yarn into “Arosa” model rugs, similar to patchwork rugs. The remnants of yarn for this purpose are gathered daily at the main production facility in Helltau. Hence the quality of a rug from Bogatu Roman is just as good as one from the main plant.