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Without fungi, the world as we know it
would not exist

Fungi are the link between life and death

Fungi shape and transform environments underpinning the wellbeing of nearly all terrestrial ecosystems. Despite spending most of their lives hidden underground or inside plants and animals, fungi are responsible for critical ecosystem processes.Some weave through the earth, decomposing matter and recycling nutrients to build  healthy soils for plants and animals to flourish in.

Withthout them the world would be buried under fallen trees, the remains of animals and infertile soil.

Fungi are nature’s alchemists and hold untold answers for our future on Earth.

Fungi revolution in the modern era


Highly sustainable source of protein, fiber, and vitamins and soon become a staple in many diets. With the increasing demand for plant-based alternatives, mushrooms and other edible fungi become a major source of food for humans.


Scientists discovered that certain species of fungi can help to break down plastic and remove pollutants from contaminated soil, making them a valuable tool in environmental remediation efforts. They are also used in the production of biofuels, reducing dependence on fossil fuels.


Pharmaceutical companies began to invest heavily in the development of fungal-based medicines, leading to a new era of personalised medicine. People with various medical conditions, such as cancer and autoimmune disorders, now have access to more effective treatment options.

Design & construction

Mycelium, the vegetative part of fungi, can be used as a building material, providing a sustainable alternative to traditional construction methods. But also to design various object of your daily life like lamps, pots, and furnitures.