Celebrating surf & beach life.
Est. 2017 - Sri Lanka.

Paradise Poncho is the outcome of a lovestory between a Belgian designer and surfer Enya Pannecoucke and the lovely island of Sri Lanka.

While living on the island, Enya started to create a surfponcho suitable for the tropical bikerides before and after a surf.
Soon it was a succes because off all the surf and beachy lifestyle you can experience on the island.
The poncho’s are locally made and an attempt on giving something back to the land that is so heartwarming.
It’s a project where Enya tried to combine her knowlegde and passion for design and surf with the talent of local artisans.

 Paradise Poncho is made out of fabrics, died and weaved by local artisans.

Easy to wear as a cover up at the beach.
Easy to wear at home after a shower.
Easy to take with you.
Easy to feel at ease.

Creative direction by Enya Pannecoucke
Photography by Siriwan Fern Champron

+47 is a collaborative studio by father & daughter based in Antwerp, Belgium. The first design - STOOL01 - was made whilst living in Norway, its landcode became the brand’s name.

All wood is carefully selected from previous architectural projects. Designs are limited editions within the fields of objects and furniture. Therefore, each object is one of a kind.

Designed in Norway (+47) , discussed in Sri Lanka (+94),
produced in Belgium (+32)

Creative direction by Enya Pannecoucke
Photography by Kenneth Mewis

Love Triangle

Services: creative direction, movement direction

Creative direction by Enya Pannecoucke
Photography by Vincent Vandendries

Based in Antwerp (BE) - working worldwide