(RE)DESIGN DEATH

We are really proud to announce that Capsula Mundi will be part of the exhibition (Re)design Death, at the Cube Design Museum in Kerkrade, Netherlands, from 11 February 2020. The exhibition “features contemporary design around the central themes of saying farewell, dying, mourning and remembering”.  Capsula Mundi will be among 40 Dutch and international objects showing how contemporary designers deal with the needs and rituals in order to facilitate a different approach to death.
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CAPSULA MUNDI ON SHOW

  Capsula Mundi is on show at the event Broken Nature: Design takes on Human Survival (1stof March – 1st of  September 2019, Milan, Italy), in the context of the XXII Triennale in Milan, developed by Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Broken Nature is an in-depth exploration of the strands that connect humans to the natural environment that have been intensely compromised, if not entirely forgott
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bio urns

It’s Halloween, let’s laugh at death!

Halloween is an amazing time when we can change the rules, we can upend the reality: kids go around in the dark, the scariest is the worthiest, deceased come back to life and death is funny!
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THE BURYING OF THE FUTURE

We want to advise you this interesting interview with one of our designers Raoul Bretzel published on Beyond. How did the idea for Capsula Mundi initially come up? As designers by trade, we believe that design can be applied as a solution for improving not only everyday objects, but also to projects that have a cultural impact on society at large. We started to think about how death was entirely left out of the design world.
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Biodegradable urns

BUY ONLINE YOUR CAPSULA MUNDI TREE URN

The Capsula Mundi biodegradable urn is now available online on our e-commerce and it can be bought from all over the world. Caspula Mundi tree urn is made in Italy. It comes from the expertise of Italian artisans and each urn is realised with a semi hand-crafted production, using a biodegradable polymer (bioplastic).
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