Studio Dust focuses on research through materials. “From dust to dust”. Dust is used as a material resource for designs and is used as a symbol, for a circular economy and as a metaphor for processes. One particle can’t make a huge impact (small and fragile), however a huge dust cloud can! In order to change something, we need to cooperate. Studio Dust is based on these two pillars: research through material with cooperation as its base. The material is always the starting point in the design process. It results in material design, material research or attempts to reveal new qualities in the material by creating a new narrative around the material. Always with the awareness that we are living on a small fragile dot, a dust particle in the universe: our earth. Image below:Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan,-Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken on February 14, 1990, by the Voyager 1