We need this planet, the planet needs us

We call this planet our home, our planet, but we are using all its resources faster than ever before. We want to change that.

About us

How we work

  • Research & Insights
  • Rethinking business
  • Design for the future
  • Changing perspectives
  • For the next generation
Everything we do is focused on reducing and minimising the resource consumption of our planet.
We aspire to convert waste into value and new goods, by constantly challenging the business as usual and steer us towards a more sustainable future and circular economy.
We are on this mission with a Can-Do! attitude!


Giving new life to wood waste

Upcycling wood waste is an important aspect of responsible consumption shaping to a new circular economy.

Through our re-materialization process, we help reduce the costs and amount of material that ends up in landfills and promote the use of renewable resources. Thus, creating a more sustainable and resilient economy while lowering our impact on the environment.
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Wood waste in construction and demolition

A recent study conducted in British Columbia found that 74% of wood waste from the construction and demolition sector is landfilled

This is a missed opportunity for a potential circular economy. The study highlights the need for future scientific investigations to reduce the amount of waste wood in landfills and promote the traceability of material origin and its cascade. Cooperation between machine manufacturers and a site investigation of wood waste is required to create a prototype and implement production.
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The principles of circular economy

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Circular Economy 101

Circular economy is an economic model which does not focus on producing more and more goods, but in which consumption is based on using services

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Aaron Laslo


Gene Ho


Matt Hermann


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