The story of a sustainable invention

Why are we doing this?

The overconsumption problem is no longer a secret and unfortunately it is not on the decrease. Studies show that we consume 20% more natural resources than the planet can generate. To meet our future needs, if we continue at this rate, we will need 2 planets in 2030!

What are the impacts of this overconsumption?

The harmful environmental and socio-economic consequences

-Overexploitation of natural resources

-Overproduction of waste;

-Pollution of water, soil and air;

- Increase in inequities where 20% of the population owns 80% of the wealth;

-Record household debt rate

-Increased stress and anxiety… ..

What can we do with this?

Plutôt que de s’arrêter devant ce constat, nous nous sommes concentré sur ce qu’on pouvait faire de mieux. Repenser notre façon de consommer et d’appréhender l’utilisation des objets pour en maximiser l’utilité et minimiser son empreinte écologique

Mission – Vision

Our mission is to offer an ecodesign display solution

to organizations that want to promote themselves in an eco-responsible way

Our vision is to facilitate responsible consumption by

equipping organizations to communicate

their values and stand out for an ecological transition

At the origin of Kübbii

There is a committed artist sculptor Anne Patel. Her artistic approach has always been linked to overconsumption. For his sculptures of crushed objects and waste crying their existence, she denounced this fast mode of consumption and waste that results ...

Rethink the object

The idea was to have an object that fits our needs and not the other way around so that we don't get stuck with our stuff. I wanted to create a product that evolves at the same time as our needs and desires without having any environmental impact.


Having kept my soul child, I was inspired by Lego, these blocks that fit together to create any kind of utilitarian items

And everyone uses them in their own way!