“Dome frequencies” refer to a concept used primarily in the construction of geodesic domes, which are spherical or partially spherical structures made up of a complex network of triangles.
When building a dome, there’s a set of tools you’ll need to ensure precision, safety, and efficiency.
Ecodomes, with their focus on sustainability and harmony with nature, offer a unique canvas for interior design.
The Venus Project presents a vision for a sustainable and equitable world. For a society that aligns with Earth’s carrying capacity.
Imagine constructing eco domes using locally-sourced materials that actually grow into the panels using molds.
A new age of architecture has dawned, known as myco-architecture, where living organisms like fungi are at the heart of construction.
Mycelium based panels for EcoDome can be a perfect fit, they are sustainable, low carbon footprint, biodegradabile and cost effective.
Currently, surfboards are made from polystyrene, polyurethane, and resin boards, which stay in landfills or oceans for hundreds of years.
Mushroom or mycelium leather is commercially limited available. Mycelium leather is not yet available for consumers to purchase in raw form.
The best process for heat treatment will depend on the specific type of mycelium material being grown, as well as the equipment and resources available to you.
Mycelium leather is a sustainable and innovative alternative to traditional leather. It is a material that is created from the root structure of mushrooms, also known as mycelium.
By using materials with a similar microstructure as collagen in cowhide, it is possible to create a sustainable alternative like Mylo, made from mycelium.
Researchers and architects are exploring the potential of using mushrooms as a building material due to the high levels of carbon dioxide emissions produced by the construction industry.
Explore the potential for using mycelium in large-scale projects such as skyscrapers or airports, and consider the potential for mycelium to revolutionize the way we think about building materials.
Mycelium leather wallet is a sustainable alternative to traditional leather, as it is made from the root structure of mushrooms.
Can mycelium grow in water? Can mycelium break down plastic? Can mycelium survive freezing?
Biodegradable mushroom leather is a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional leather.
Mycofabrication involves using fungi as a tool in the manufacturing process. This can include using fungi to create materials such as bioplastics.
Mycelium types vary based on their associations with other organisms, their structure, and their function.