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Fly Ash Panels

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Fly ash building components Fly ash is the waste product of burning coal that is largely comprised of carbon and contains many heavy metals. Fly

Xposed

Mar 25, 2017No 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

Woven Horsehair

Mar 25, 2017No 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

Flexipane

Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Flexible natural shell surface covering Flexipane is a seamless surface covering made of natural shells popularly known as Capiz. The shells are made soft and

Kirei Bamboo

Mar 25, 2017No 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

Kirei WheatBoard

Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Eco-friendly MDF alternative Kirei WheatBoard was developed as an environmentally-sensitive alternative to formaldehyde-emitting medium density fiberboard (MDF) products, with working characteristics meeting or surpassing those

Kaynemaile

Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Polymeric seamless mesh Kaynemaile is a seamless mesh composed of polymer rings. The advantage of the Kaynemaile process is its ability to create multiple elements

KiloLux

Mar 25, 2017No 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

Fling

Mar 23, 2017No Comments

Ceramic tube light fixture Designed by Monika Piatkowski, the Fling light is made from industrial ceramic tubes used for temperature measurement in industrial furnaces. The

Recycled Crystal Glass

Mar 23, 2017No Comments

Recycled pre-consumer lead crystal glass Fernando Miguel Marques collects postindustrial waste glass from Atlantis, the largest Portugese producer of lead crystal glass. Marques has developed