Our vision of responsible design pushes us to explore the world in search materials of tomorrow, capable to restore the balance between consumption and environment.
It is by mastering these new resources that we will be able to offer avant-garde, more sensible and more sustainable production methods.
Designing new generation low-impact objects means being able to re-develop resources from used materials as well as using the sustainable and regenerative resources that nature makes available to us.
This approach allows us to reconcile the industrial model established in our societies with an organic approach that advocates the preservation and intelligent exploitation of our natural resources.
Our dual approach to Low Impact design:
PROMOTE UPCYCLING AND WASTE RECOVERY
Overproduction has deeply affected our ecosystems, invaded by the stigma of our unbridled consumption. We have accumulated objects that are often useless, fragile or prematurely obsolete.
Today, we have no choice but to clean up, recover, sort and turn this waste into new resources, without degrading performance. As creatives, our duty is to imagine new objects made from these new raw materials, and give them a more sustainable and relevant use.
EXPLORE ORGANIC MANUFACTURING AND ORGANIC DESIGN
It is by observing nature that we grasp the technical potential of solutions that we can experience. Reconnecting our society to nature, its rhythm and its forms, is to dare a futuristic and resilient vision of our production methods. Nature is the greatest designer, and a limitless source of inspiration for drawing, designing and manufacturing.