COFFIN

NOUN:

A long, narrow box, typically of wood, in which a dead body is buried or cremated.

KOFFIN

NOUN:

A light, eco-friendly capsule made from bioplastic, in which a dead body is buried or cremated.

A PERSONAL, ECO-FRIENDLY AND FAIR WAY TO SAY GOODBYE.

Funeral costs have risen 75% in the last 10 years, pushing people in already vulnerable positions into financial difficulty.

KOFFIN was created to challenge the rising costs of funerals, helping people take back their rights to a personal (and affordable) end.

Death isn’t something anyone wants to think about, but there’s nothing more certain in life.

We’re on a mission to change how we think about it.

THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX.

Made only from an innovative form of Lignin, a bio-material, KOFFINS are 100% biodegradable – requiring less energy to burn than wood, and producing less CO2 than plants when growing.

Neither a box nor a basket, they’re strong due to their smooth, oval shape and free of any other metals or glues necessary to hold other coffins together (!).

Not to mention, they produce less ash residue than any other coffin on the market, as well as being completely leak-proof without the use of wax linings.

IT'S YOUR FUNERAL.

KOFFINS are 100% customisable.

They can be decorated, printed on, or adapted with 3D printing to create different shapes.

Having a KOFFIN allows you to do it your way.

It could be white, covered in a net full of your favourite flowers… or it could literally look like a Viking ship.

It’s up to you – it’s your funeral.

THE WAY WE LIVE HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY OVER THE LAST CENTURY.

For some reason, the way we say goodbye hasn’t.

With endless technology at our fingertips and the ability to make things greener and fairer for future generations…

Isn’t it about time someone redesigned the coffin?

THE COST OF FUNERALS HAS RISEN BY 75% IN THE LAST 10 YEARS.

When a loved one dies, the last thing anybody wants to think about is money — or worse, lack of it. Plus, in today’s world, our victorian values no longer make sense.

The way we currently bury or cremate our loved ones is poisoning the earth.

Besides… your funeral is your last hurrah, right?

…So shouldn’t your coffin be as unique as you are?