Geometric cellulose objects Xylinum Cones are the result of a production process that utilizes living organisms to grow geometrical objects. Designers Jannis Hülsen and Stefan
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
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
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
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
Ultradense concrete Concrete is an omnipresent material in architecture and public space. Previous attempts to use it in product design have led to massive, heavy
Compressed wood composite Engineered Timber Resources focuses on the use of by-product wood fibers in the production of decorative wood products with the intent to
Luminous repurposed polyethylene curtain Light is essential to the realization of architecture, yet in the process of design and construction it is commonly an afterthought.
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
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.