Material Revolution

SUSTAINABLE AND MULTI-PURPOSE MATERIALS FOR DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
Sascha Peters, Haute Innovation, Berlin, 2010

Vases made from seaweed fibres, mobile phone covers from the bark of trees, coffins from almond shells, mosaics from coconuts and bike frames from bamboo – these are just a few of the best tell-tale signs that progress in the coming years is set to be revolutionary. The use of natural materials, recycled materials and environmentally friendly product concepts is on the rise.



ISBN-10: 303460663X

ISBN-13: 978-3034606639

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