Eco-design brings together good practices to design sustainable and environmentally friendly objects.

Have you ever heard of bioluminescence?


We always think that light is produced by our electrical systems. Yet, we are surrounded by lights emitted by living organisms. The advantage? You will obtain light infinitely without harmful transformation.

Bio-inspired, our architectures take up the principles of nature using responsible materials and technologies.


“Reduce housing carbon footprint both in building process and use” is one of our goals. 


In a virtuous cycle, we propose a project focused on a sustainable future for Human and Earth.



Our current production system uses environmentally insensitive design processes with a short lifespan, without thinking about recycling or the second life of products.

Let’s change that mode of production… Let’s take inspiration from nature.

Our goal: to propose an architectural solution in harmony with biodiversity.

Towards a respect of resources

Eco-design aims to study the life cycle of products, from raw material to recycling through transport and processing. This reduces the impact of industrial production and the carbon footprint of products.


Our architectures and autonomous products are designed in respecting the resources, to ensure the sustainability of our planet.


Un grand merci à la communauté open-source notamment pour les visuels et les vidéos libre de droit.

- Unsplash - Pexels - Freepik - Pixabay - Shutterstock - Videezy - Coverr - Veeterzy -

Melissa Askew - Matt Sclarandis - Martin Sanchez - Elaine Casap - Jakub Kriz - Kyle Glenn - Annie Spratt -

Ben White - Frank Mckena - Sammie Vasquez - Shane Rounce - Stephen Leonaedi - Duy Pham - et plus encore !