Healthy Sustainable Interior Design Products Grown with Mushroom® Materials
For the first time, Ecovative brings finished products for home and office directly to consumers. Ecovative has created MycoFoam and MycoBoard interior acoustic tiles. Environmentally friendly coverings from Designtex, adhesives from e2e Materials, and finishes by Vermont Natural Coatings complete the designs. The marriage of MycoBoard, a formaldehyde-free engineered wood, and Designtex’s sustainable wool fabrics, represents a beautiful fusion of form and function for healthy interior solutions.
Harry Allen: Weave The Weave tile by Harry Allen is a simple wave form, that when assembled creates a woven structure, and pairs Ecovative’s MycoBoard with a sustainable fabric, Array, from Designtex.
Alyssa Coletti: Dulles Alyssa Coletti’s Dulles blends geometric and organic surfaces. To channel architectural elements, grooves reminiscent of textured concrete were added to the flat surface to give additional texture and sound dampening properties.
Jeff Betts: Quarter Turn The design for Quarter Turn by Jeff Betts is simple, with a subtle pop out providing all of the geometry, but when the tiles are rotated and placed together, they can create an infinite number of designs that grow in complexity as the number of tiles increases.
Ken Lush: Sinewave At head level, Ken Lush’s Sinewave bounces sound up and down, while at floor and ceiling level it bounces sound left to right.
Ecovative’s MycoBoard is available in panels or in molded components ideal for furniture and other interior applications. MycoBoard is a premium, customizable, certified sustainable engineered wood. It is bound together using mycelium—“nature’s glue”—which is formaldehyde-free, safe, and healthy. This versatile non-toxic engineered wood can be molded into custom shapes making it an ideal solution for the architectural and design community.
Of her MushLume lighting collection, Danielle Trofe says, “By harnessing innovative technologies and material sciences to create functional and accessible design, I aim to encourage a departure from conventional materials and production techniques in search of long-term, sustainable solutions.” A pioneer in the use of Ecovative’s Grow-It-Yourself program, Trofe demonstrates the versatility and creative capacity of Mushroom® Materials. She offers inspiring examples of what can grow from vision and imagination.