material

KiloLux

Dec 28, 2011No Comments

Glass brick KiloLux is a monolithic glass block with the appearance of a laminate produced by thermally bonding glass at low temperatures. Wales-based Innovative Glass

Woven Horsehair

Dec 10, 2011No Comments

Textiles from horse hair weavings Marianne Kemp develops woven textiles out of unconventional combinations of materials. Using small bunches of horsehair interwoven with linen or

Stax

Dec 06, 2011No Comments

Layered cast glass Named after the way each piece is stacked then fused together, Stax Series offers a way to create rich multi-layered textures using

Zetix

Dec 03, 2011No Comments

Blast-mitigation and ballistic-protection textiles Most blast-defense systems are only capable of coping with a single explosive event. Once they have deployed, any protection they offered

Jali Cascata Zari

Nov 29, 2011No Comments

Light refractive polymer sandwich panel Sensitile Systems’ Jali Cascata Zari panels combine the light refractive properties of their Jali series of panels—acrylic-based composites designed to

Monocoque

Nov 26, 2011No Comments

Single shell photopolymer skin Monocoque stands for a construction technique that supports structural load using an object’s external skin. Contradictory to the traditional design of

Mercury Glass

Nov 18, 2011No Comments

Hand-blown silvered glass Silvered glass “Mercury Glass” was invented in the nineteenth century as a decorative substitute for more expensive silver tableware. Where traditional Mercury

Placage

Nov 15, 2011No Comments

High-contrast linear hardwood veneer panels Placage is a bespoke wood veneer collection, available in five striped patterns, from subtle to vibrant, in varying widths. This

Xposed

Nov 11, 2011No Comments

Cement based eco-composite Xposed is a refined cement-based eco-composite made from natural minerals and up to 25% post-industrial recycled content. Standard Slab materials are available

Expancel

Nov 04, 2011No Comments

Thermoplastic microspheres Unexpanded Expancel thermoplastic microspheres are small plastic particles that contain a droplet of liquid hydrocarbon. When heated, the plastic shells soften and the