Théo Chauvirey to showcase biodesign projects at the Montreal Mini Maker Faire, November 16 and 17

“Like many people, Théo Chauvirey often feels anxious about the state of the world’s environments and ecosystems. Yet unlike most, he is seeking to inspire change — through his work with the vegetative part of a fungus… On November 16 and 17, at the Montreal Mini Maker Faire at Concordia, Chauvirey will display the potential of mycelium (mushroom roots) in public transport design, as well as a dress produced with bacterial cellulose and embedded 3D-printed patterns.”

Read the full article by Daniel Bartlett on the Concordia website here.

Also, The Montreal Mini Maker Faire comes to Concordia


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