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16 Jun Mycelium

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Mycelium insulation is made of the vegetative filament root structure of mushrooms. Mycelium consumes organic and synthetic waste to grow into desired shapes and can achieve a range of thermal and mechanical material properties by using different waste streams within the product. Biohm’s mycelium is designed to replace carbon intensive and toxic insulation boards with a high performing natural bio-based alternative.

Mycelium Mushrooms Root Structure Consumes Organic Synthetic Waste
Mycelium Mushrooms Root Structure Consumes Organic Synthetic Waste
Mycelium Mushrooms Root Structure Consumes Organic Synthetic Waste
Mycelium Mushrooms Root Structure Consumes Organic Synthetic Waste
Mycelium Mushrooms Root Structure Consumes Organic Synthetic Waste

09 Jun Colorful Concrete

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02 Jun Yakisugi – Japanese Charred Wood

Related Post: Wood Veneer Craftsmanship / Carved 3D Wood Quilting / Kumiko Woodwork Technique [cnt-hide] Yakisugi originated in Japan in the 18th century primarily as way to treat cedar siding to make it weatherproof, the technique - which involves charring a wood surface to render it a deep charcoal black. By...

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