Ecovative Introduces 'Grown' Wall Tile Designs for Healthy Interior Solutions

Ecovative Introduces 'Grown' Wall Tile Designs for Healthy Interior Solutions

Green Island, New York, US –World leading biomaterials company Ecovative Design has launched a new line of wall tile solutions. Grown using mycelium, “nature’s glue,” these unique, high-performance, premium products are safe, healthy, and sustainable.

Marking an expansion of Ecovative Interior offerings; five new wall tile solutions were unveiled at the Ecovative Pavilion at Design Pavilion in celebration of NYCxDesign, May 7-11, 2016, in New York, New York. Ecovative has engaged with leading designers Harry Allen, Eric Pfeiffer, and Alyssa Coletti to use its unique MycoBoard™ and MycoFoam™ products to create interior acoustic tiles. Environmentally friendly coverings from Designtex, adhesives from e2e Materials, and finishes by Vermont Natural Coatings complete the designs.

 

“Ecovative’s distinguishing feature is the application of mushroom technology to manufacture high performing, rapidly renewable, award winning materials. These multifaceted , beautifully crafted Ecovative Interiors wall solutions reflect new partnerships that are maximizing the design potential of our unique Mushroom® Materials, bringing finished products for home and office directly to consumers,” said Gavin McIntyre, co-founder and Chief Scientist, Ecovative Design.

 

Ecovative’s Cradle to Cradle Gold™ Certified Mushroom® Materials meet the function and sustainability needs of the architecture and design community. For example, the marriage of MycoBoard™, a formaldehyde-free engineered wood, and Designtex’s sustainable wool fabrics, represents a beautiful fusion of form and function.

 

 “We love the idea of growing products and designing for sustainability. These “grown” tiles are a perfect example of the great things that can happen when like-minded problem solvers come together.

 

Discover more designs and sustainable material produced at EcovativeDesign.com.

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