Loop Living Cocoon™
Become part of nature’s majestic loop of life and enrich the earth with the world’s first living coffin.
Grown from local mushrooms and upcycled hemp fibres
Becomes one with nature in 45 days
Increases soil biodiversity and feeds the earth
New ways of being remembered
Loop Living Cocoon™
€995 (incl. VAT)
The Loop Living Cocoon™ is a 100% natural product, grown from mycelium: the underground root network of mushrooms. By collaborating with nature, we grow our Cocoon in just 7 days in our factory in Delft, the Netherlands, using only local mushrooms and upcycled hemp.
The thousands of fibres of the dense underground fungal network make mycelium a particularly light and sturdy material, suitable for growing a living product. By naturally drying the organism, the Cocoon gets its strength and stiffness, without losing the living properties of mycelium.
In nature, mycelium is the driving force behind the natural cycle of life, by continuously transforming dead organic matter into key nutrients for new seedlings to grow. This unique power enables the Loop Living Cocoon™ to rapidly become one with nature, transforming our human nutrients into a source for new life to thrive.
The soft bed of moss inside the Loop Living Cocoon™ cradles you in nature’s warm embrace, giving the Cocoon a soothing scent of the forest. A lining of sustainable linen is available upon request.
“The first time I touched the coffin it was much softer and lighter than I had expected. It truly is a unique material, so it surprised me how versatile the coffin actually is in its normal use for funerals and cremations!”
Funeral director (The Hague, Netherlands)
“My grandmother and I like to spend time in the woods together. When she saw the living coffin on television, she expressed her desire to become part of this natural cycle of life as well, so we reached out to Loop. The personal attention we received during the process was heartwarming and made the experience for me and my grandmother both peaceful and respectful.”
Nina (The Hague, The Netherlands)