The Age of Biofabrication in Architecture Has Arrived | Mashable



Construction is a major cause of pollution, both in terms of greenhouse gas emissions and waste creation. Technology design group Mogu is working on a green alternative, partnering with nature to grow biodegradable interior design materials.

Mogu collaborated with engineering company Arup to develop building materials, like acoustic panels and floor tiles, grown from mycelium. Mycelium, the systems of root-like fibers that supplement most types of fungus, colonizes organic waste and turns it into exceptional and sustainable designs.

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