The "Weaves" collection explores the technique of weaving both in its decorative function and as a method of constructing a structure. The main protagonist is the Galician pan for roasting chestnuts ("raoaster"). It is a handmade terracotta container in which functional holes are made, factor that offer an excellent starting point for the interpolation with different weaving techniques featuring weaves and knots in leather, raffia and bamboo, waste materials recovered from the Loewe collections.
The vases are handmade by the master potter Antonio Pereira and subsequently decorated and embellished with experimental weaving techniques by the artists Arko from Japan, Min Chen from China, and Laia Arqueros from Spain.