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Felt Rocks

Dec 09, 2009No Comments

Recycled-wool sculptural rocks Molo design’s Felt Rocks are part discovery, part invention. In their raw form, they are lumps of felt formed as a byproduct

100 Percent

Nov 25, 2009No Comments

Compressed 100% postconsumer recycled HDPE 100 Percent is a material designed to have a minimal environmental footprint. Made entirely from postconsumer recycled high-density polyethylene (HDPE),

Brush

Nov 20, 2009No Comments

Modular decorative tiles utilizing brush-making technology Tactile and whimsical, Brush tiles are ideal as decorative elements in commercial or residential environments. Available in over one

SkinBag

Nov 13, 2009No Comments

Bags and garments made of synthetic human skin SkinBag is a range of clothing and accessories fabricated from synthetic human skin. The skin is latex

Fortis Arbor

Nov 05, 2009No Comments

Wood mosaic tiles Fortis Arbor wood mosaics are made by shaping and finishing exotic hardwoods made from plantation-grown lumber. The tiles are handcrafted from solid

Sonic Fabric

Oct 14, 2009No Comments

Audible upholstery woven of recycled cassette tape Artist Alyce Santoro invented Sonic Fabric after being inspired by Tibetan prayer flags inscribed with wind-activated blessings as

EcoX

Oct 07, 2009No Comments

Fiber-reinforced 100%-recycled-glass precast concrete According to Meld, over seven million tons of glass are sent to landfills each year in the United States alone. EcoX

Ingeo

Sep 26, 2009No Comments

PLA Textile In a notable departure from petroleum-based textiles, Ingeo derives its fiber from corn, an annually renewable resource. Bacterial fermentation is used to convert

Tambour

Sep 18, 2009No Comments

Bamboo and coconut-palm strips with a cloth backing Smith and Fong’s Tambour is a flexible, lightweight panel that is a cost effective and highly durable

Tonecoon

Sep 07, 2009No Comments

Woven water-hyacinth daybed According to the University of Florida Center for Aquatic Plants, water hyacinth is one of the most invasive plants. Water hyacinth was