Building with mycelium

- Posted by Author: Circular Structural Design in Category: Inspiration | 1 min read

Mycelium-based materials are renewable and can replace fossil-based plastics in the futures. A mycelium-based material is a composite consisting of a natural reinforcement or filler, such as hemp fibres, and the mycelium of a fungus. Preliminary research has been carried out about the mechanical properties to evaluate possible applications in the built environment. Read more

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