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.
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
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
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
Recycled bicycle inner tube rug Barcelona-based Nanimarquina addresses the problem of waste directly in their carpets. Bicicleta gives a second life to discarded bicycle inner
Mycological bio-composite Mycobond is a mycological bio-composite that can be used in a wide variety of applications. Instead of conventional manufacturing processes, Mycobond uses mycelium—which