If you’re considering a Master’s Degree and you’re like me interested in design, bio, and engineering, take a look at the course above. It’s run at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture and put together by a bunch of brilliant teachers who want to create a progressive and relevant programme. Bio-integrated MSc/MArch at UCL
As Scientists March, Federal Researchers Weather Trump Storm A year on, another march for science. Some thoughts on wired.com
Nature Lab The Nature Lab at the Rhode Island School of Design turns 80 this year. They’re celebrating the entire year and have some pretty cool events coming up, including a Biodesign exhibition in August and September.
The Shop The Ecovative spin-off grow.bio is now taking pre-orders for their new grow-it-yourself mycelium blends. Get experimenting!
The Magical World of Moss Gardening So here’s a gift idea for this Christmas: “Magical World of Moss Gardening” by Annie Martin. Annie is known as “Mossin’ Annie” and contacted me years ago, when I had finished Moss FM and became known as “The Moss Lady”. I’ve enjoyed following her work since then and hope to visit her […]
Lumot on Redbubble now too with a new design inspired by growing mycelium in a petri dish. And as before on Society6.
biofabricate Biofabricate, the biggest and most important conference for biodesigners and bioengineers, coming up on December 7th at Brooklyn’s New Lab. Tickets are still available in some categories.
Lumot | Society6 You can now buy prints, stationary and items for the home from my new company Lumot on Society6. Lumot is Tagalog for “moss”. My shop bears this name in reverence to the moss I have been working with in the past years. Lumot’s design products will be inspired by our favourite tufts of […]
Mycelium forms suede-like furniture by Sebastian Cox and Ninela Ivanova Great mycelium pieces from an old friend of mine, Ninela Ivanova and furniture designer Sebastian Cox. Ninela has been working with fungus for ages and a few years ago even proposed using mould in fashion – both as a material and using it for dying.
Leather alternative Piñatex is made from pineapple leaves Another pretty cool bio project in the realm or materials innovation – a leather alternative from Pineapple leaves, which are considered agricultural waste.