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Light Tape

Aug 28, 2011No Comments

Linear electroluminescent lamps Light Tape lamps alter one’s preconceptions about point based light sources. Imagine a lightbulb as thin as a credit card in any

Light-Sensitive Concrete

Aug 13, 2011No Comments

Light-sensitive interface integrated within a concrete surface Light-Sensitive Concrete is a technology that allows concrete to be sensitive to ambient light levels. It senses the

Crystallized Glass Stone

Aug 10, 2011No Comments

Glass stone tiles and slabs Crystallized Glass Stone tiles and slabs are engineered from glass materials to create a high-density, heat and wear-resistant product for

Laser-Cut Cork

Aug 06, 2011No Comments

Laser-cut cork composite surfaces Laser-Cut Cork surfaces are made from the by-product of wine stopper production. Developed by Yemi Awosile, the material benefits from the

Heat Treated Carpet

Jul 30, 2011No Comments

Reused carpet sheeting material Carpet is typically used for 7-10 years (residential) or 5-8 years (commercial), and re-carpeting accounts for 55% of all carpet sold.

Tarrot

Jul 19, 2011No Comments

Knitted metal fabric Tarrot is a knitted fabric hybrid for interior design made of three different materials—copper, stainless steel and brass. It has a melange

CarbonCoat

Jul 08, 2011No Comments

Carbon nanotube coatings Geckos possess the remarkable ability to climb vertical walls without using any adhesive glue. A gecko’s feet are covered by tiny hairs

Kirei Bamboo

Jun 13, 2011No Comments

Bamboo panels Kirei Bamboo is an eco-friendly modern millwork material manufactured from the fast-growing trunks of the Moso Bamboo grass with a low-or-no-added-urea-formaldehyde adhesive. Bamboo

Lunalite

Jun 06, 2011No Comments

Decorative interlayer surface panels Lunalite decorative surfaces exhibit a range of effects, from rustic textures to metallic shimmer. This collection of sophisticated interlayers features materials

Feather Circuit Boards

May 30, 2011No Comments

Electronic circuit boards made from chicken feathers and soybeans Richard Wool has recently developed a circuit board made from soybeans and chicken feathers. A professor