Category: Materials

3D Printed Shape Changing Wood

Related Post: Wood Veneer Craftsmanship / Carved 3D Wood Quilting / Kumiko Woodwork Technique A 3D printing method developed by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem can manufacture wooden constructions in one orientation that

Glass Made From Ash & Recycled Clam Shells

Related Post: Wood Embedded in Resin / Transparency with Ombre Effect / Holographic Finish Studio Peipei have created their futuristic version of glass which is 100% natural, free of toxins and made from limited additives.

Recycled Fishing Nets

Related Post:  Sea Me – Sea Algae Yarn / Sustainable Ocean Materials / Zebra Glass The fishing net industry causes a large amount of plastic pollution in our oceans. The newer fishing nets

Dead Sea Salt

Related Post: Tactile Volcanic Rock / Maison & Objet / Concrete Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana use salt from the dead sea and other saltwater bodies as a sustainable construction material for buildings.He treats the

Therapeutic Textiles

Similar Posts: Textile in Product Design / Gradient Textiles / Soft Tactile Audio Technologies The Healing Imprint by Laura Deschl explores the therapeutic potential of combining knitted acupressure garments and a yoga-based embodied movement practice

Cocoboard Biocomposite

Related Posts: High Definition 3D Printing Design / 3D Liquid Marble / Michelin’s 3D Printed Tire Cocoboard© is an innovative, bio-based panel made from coconut husks fibre and natural adhesives from tannin extracts. Aside from


Related Post:  DS Aero Sport Lounge Concept /  Lexus LS Color and Trim Innovations / Peugeot e-Legend Concept The Seagrass surfaces can be customized in terms of color, pattern, and size to further emphasize the

LOVR – Hemp Leather Alternative 

Related Post: Spider Silk / Mylo Leather LOVR is the first truly vegan leather alternative. It may be generated carbon neutrally and is derived from agricultural waste. without the use of any plastic

Recycled Felt

Related Post:  3D Woolen Felt / Deconstructed Felt By Patcraft Louis Vuitton and the late Virgil Abloh, the luxury brand’s men’s artistic director, unveiled the new “Felt Line” which first made its debut

BLOOM – Algae Based Foam

Related Post: SEA ME – Sea Algae Yarn / Spider Silk / Siberian Birchbark Trim The Ultra III BLOOM, the world’s first shoe made using Algae removed from waterways from around the World. Developed in collaboration

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