This year at Ecobuild Kingston University’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture will be launching a brand new version of the rematerialise website rematerialise.org. This new website is the on-line portal to rematerialise; the sustainable materials library developed by Jakki Dehn, Reader in Sustainable Design over the last 18 years. It is highly regarded by architects and designers as one of the field’s leading resources. The site provides an easy-access overview of the environmental benefits of a wide range of materials and allows users to see colour ranges and company contact information.
The physical library, now housed in the Design School at Kingston University, is a catalyst for innovation and collaboration. This collection enables industry professionals, educators, researchers, students and anyone with a need to know more about ecologically responsible design to see and handle materials that use fewer non-renewable resources, materials that can be re-grown and materials that are often overlooked.
On Stand S663 this year Jakki Dehn will be showcasing the latest range of materials developed from renewable resources including hemp flooring, bio plastic composites and corn starch packaging.
Visit Jakki Dehn and the Rematerialise team on stand S663 to see these new materials or make an appointment to view over 1,200 material samples from 22 countries by e-mailing email@example.com