The Concordian talks biomaterials and the future of design

 “Biomaterials look to replace some of the problematic industrial approaches that have led to the destruction of ecosystems, such as the dye industry or textile industry as a whole” – WhiteFeather Hunter.

The Concordian recently caught up with Théo Chauvirey and WhiteFeather Hunter to discuss their biomaterial research-creation practices and why they think these materials could play an important role in the future of material, industrial, and urban design.

Théo Chauvirey’s mycelium metro seats

Read the full article by Alexia Martel-Desjardins here

Photos by Hannah Ewen

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