In 2023, we have embarked on a journey to become a fully circular business by 2027. That means nothing we make will be wasted. Everything will be repairable, reusable or – as a last resort – recyclable.
Eliminate waste and pollution
From design stage, to the materials we chose, our production processes and the way our business operates on the day to day, we look at alternative ways to progressively eliminate the resources we draw from the earth, and the pollution we create.
Circulate products at their highest value possible
The best thing we can do as we bring new products into the world, is ensuring the maximum durability of our furniture and look after their full lifespan. We will do this through repairability and innovative circular services.
Regenerate natural systems
Keeping products and materials in use, while eliminating progressively the extraction of virgin material, is the main way we can allow for the land and soil to regenerate.
This planet is in crisis, and it’s up to all of us to help usher in a new way of living, being and working – one that is in step with nature and allows humanity to thrive
Sasha Titchkosky, CEO and co-founder Koskela
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