We’re putting together a Future Archive – an open environmentally responsible resource of sustainable materials, products, processes and ideas compiled collaboratively with our design family and made accessible here at fionalynch.com.au/futurearchive.
Exciting discoveries so far include Maurizio Montalti’s Officina Corpuscoli, Why Materials Matter by Seetal Solanki, IKEA’s research and design lab Space 10, Dutch trend forecaster Li Edelkoort talking to Imran Amed about change on The Business of Fashion Podcast, Phoebe Quare’s Mussel Shell Plaster created from ground mussel shells on Bere Island, Ireland and Zuzana Gombosva’s Malai a vegan, durable biocomposite material made from coconut water with a feel comparable to leather, Chroma Plastics Recoloured by Jessica den Hartog, regenerative agriculturists The Carbon Underground and the groundbreaking exhibition at MOMA by Neri Oxman Material Ecology
Fiona Lynch Office invites you to contribute.
We are interested in your positive environmental and sustainable design experiences – amazing makers, suppliers, materials, products, processes, brands and businesses that you have discovered and want to recommend. Successful contributions will be credited to their contributor/s.
Please send submissions firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have been wanting to create an open resource for some time to explore more thoughtfully how we use materials and where they come from and our shared experience is the catalyst. I hope you will join us.