What if the knowledge about our natural ressources would define the future of our industries?  

We believe that our future roots in the present as well as in our past.  Producing has always been a part of humanity, but its purpose has been lost over time. It is high time to think industries in terms of eco-systems.

Fostering eco-systems is what we do. We are convinced that innovation resides within the given and the knowledge about our natural resources. By committing to their longevity, producing means no longer adding, but preserving value. 

We are cultivating a vital humus for the future of making. Sparking minds from around the world are working together in interdependent networks to unveil «the Future of Materialism» today.  

Together we transform. 
Astan Konaté & Fosca Tóth

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future past 

Every natural material has a history, but not consequently a future. We follow the roots and find a highly interconnected eco-system leading us to inspiration for the future of the making.

The diversified spectrum of our natural ressources is the humus of our futures. We strive after preserving the inherent value in order to enfold it’s richness. And therefore, change the way we produce. 

We find ways to preserve the diversity of our resources by examining the spectrum of applications from our ancestors to today's innovators.



We interconnect people as entrepreneurs, makers, strategists, developers, scientifics and designers
to work collectively and with common sense.

Together we develop new strategies to transform the value of our natural ressources into products with a positive impact on our environment, people and their culture. 

We invite to transform production chains by redefining business as «value exchange» 
and innovation by seeking for «sustaining strategies». 



Production and culture are intertwined. The streamlining and standardisation of production disolves the sense of making, deconnects ressources from processing and destroys local eco-systems. 

Crossdisciplinary perspectives on a material, its transformation and possible use, is the solution to find new approaches to the ever changing requirements of the people and our planet. 

By interconnecting different eco-systems of knowledge from the past and today will let a collective intelligence emerge that will drive the future of production.

Together we will experience the future of materialism.