Category "Material"

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Kazakhstani designer Enis Akiev has developed a method for turning single-use plastic packaging into tiles, by emulating the organic process of rock formation.

31. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Kazakhstani designer Enis Akiev has developed a method for turning single-use plastic packaging into tiles, by emulating the organic process of rock formation.

31. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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London-based architect and designer Bastian Beyer's project explores the potential of using knitted textile structures that have been biologically solidified as sustainable construction materials.

30. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

London-based architect and designer Bastian Beyer's project explores the potential of using knitted textile structures that have been biologically solidified as sustainable construction materials.

30. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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In 2013 geologist Patricia Corcoran and artist Kelly Jazvac travelled to Hawaii to study a new type of stone they have described as 'Plastiglomerate.'

28. Dezember 2019 | via kellyjazvac.com | Read more

In 2013 geologist Patricia Corcoran and artist Kelly Jazvac travelled to Hawaii to study a new type of stone they have described as 'Plastiglomerate.'

28. Dezember 2019 | via kellyjazvac.com | Read more
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SOAPBOTTLE is a no-waste product, designed by Jonna Breitenhuber. The soap is made of natural ingredients and is biodegradable.

27. Dezember 2019 | via jonnabreitenhuber.de | Read more

SOAPBOTTLE is a no-waste product, designed by Jonna Breitenhuber. The soap is made of natural ingredients and is biodegradable.

27. Dezember 2019 | via jonnabreitenhuber.de | Read more
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Royal College of Art graduate Tessa Silva has turned a clay-like material made from waste milk into bulbous vases, candelabras and door handles called Chalk & Cheese.

26. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Royal College of Art graduate Tessa Silva has turned a clay-like material made from waste milk into bulbous vases, candelabras and door handles called Chalk & Cheese.

26. Dezember 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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‘One Size’, designed by Anna Piasek, is a template for parceling Asian food in a way that accommodates for tiny portions, solids and liquids, and is above all biodegradable.

23. Dezember 2019 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more

‘One Size’, designed by Anna Piasek, is a template for parceling Asian food in a way that accommodates for tiny portions, solids and liquids, and is above all biodegradable.

23. Dezember 2019 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more
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CHAMU tea packaging is made from discarded tea stems which produced during the production of tea and forming by a hot-press method.

21. Dezember 2019 | via Gp-award.com | Read more

CHAMU tea packaging is made from discarded tea stems which produced during the production of tea and forming by a hot-press method.

21. Dezember 2019 | via Gp-award.com | Read more
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According to Ecovative, mycelia and their hair-like network of cells could help build everything from lab-grown meat to 3D-printed organs to bio-fabricated leather.

20. Dezember 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

According to Ecovative, mycelia and their hair-like network of cells could help build everything from lab-grown meat to 3D-printed organs to bio-fabricated leather.

20. Dezember 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more
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MANOTECA crafts unique pieces of furniture by using parts from abandoned products.

19. Dezember 2019 | via Manoteca.com | Read more

MANOTECA crafts unique pieces of furniture by using parts from abandoned products.

19. Dezember 2019 | via Manoteca.com | Read more
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Benjamin Benmoyal, a fashion student at Central Saint Martins in London, uses discarded video and cassette tapes to design his new collection called “It Was Better Tomorrow.”

17. Dezember 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

Benjamin Benmoyal, a fashion student at Central Saint Martins in London, uses discarded video and cassette tapes to design his new collection called “It Was Better Tomorrow.”

17. Dezember 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more