TriFold Cork Composite from Erica Cross

This new cork material is a flexible, self-supportive composite developed by Erica Cross that enhances the material’s inherent properties and circumvents its shortfalls. The TriFold material is comprised of a textile core and two tessellated cork exterior layers that equalize the relationship between compression and tension. The reduced surface of each cork segment through tiling […]

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Medium Density (SDF) Product from Roseburg

The medium density Sustainable Design Fiberboard (SDF) product from Roseburg includes a broad range of high quality MDF products. It has been manufactured to meet or exceed the most stringent global emission standards and has physical properties that are similar to, or better than standard MDF products. The Arreis SDF high performance MDF was developed […]

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Plexiglas® Mydeck Wood Color Edition from Mydeck

This innovative product from Mydeck is a handsome white iridescent decking material developed in collaboration with Rvonik Rohm GmbH. The broad patio decking planks, with their slightly tinted shade of white, are extremely durable and weather-resistant. They are made with a new branded plastic composite material comprised of PEFC-certified wood combined with Plexiglas®.

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StoneCycle Waste Based Bricks from StoneCycling

The creators of StoneCycling have developed an innovative method of turning demolished building and industrial waste into a new sustainable material. Tom van Soest, the co-founder of StoneCycling, developed a method of pulverizing the waste, ranging from bricks to concrete to glass, into a new stone-like material.

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Recycled Glass Countertops from Vetrazzo

In 2010 Vetrazzo was acquired by Polycor Inc the most diversified and largest fully-integrated granite and marble group in North America. Manufacturing was moved to Polycor’s Georgia Marble plant, in the sleepy town of Tate, where marble is manufactured alongside Vetrazzo. The product is extremely durable and contains 85% recycled glass with some large pieces […]

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