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Rematerialise: The Sustainable Materials Library

Posted on: 30 March 2012
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Architects, developers and construction companies can now access a new online resource containing information on over 1,200 green building materials. Kingston University’s Rematerialise website features innovative material solutions made up of waste products and renewable resources from around the world. Scallop shells, nettle fibres, mobile phones and car windscreens are just some of the products listed in the library that is the outcome of 18 years of research by Jakki Dehn, a reader at Kingston University. In 1994, Dehn set out to explore the global availability of new materials made from waste and to investigate how theseĀ could be utilised in products, furniture and interiors. The library holds information on their environmental benefits, material content, current applications and related technical data.

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