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Material Revolution 2: New Sustainable and Multi-Purpose Materials for Design and Architecture

Author/EditorPeters S (Author)
Publisher: Birkhauser
ISBN: 9783038214762
Pub Date29/01/2014
BindingHardback
Pages224
Following the huge success of Material Revolution, this volume addresses the rapid development of material research and presents materials new to the market since 2010. It contains a similar system of classification and covers a completely different range of materials.
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Following the huge success of Material Revolution, this second volume addresses the rapid development of material research and presents materials new to the market since 2010.
The significance of sustainable and intelligent materials in design and architecture has increased enormously over the last two years. Numerous new products have been introduced to the market and designers' thirst for knowledge about the sustainability of new material is as strong as ever, making a sequel to Material Revolution necessary. The new volume contains a similar system of classification but covers a completely different range of materials. There is a chapter dedicated solely to the criteria and factors of sustainable product design, as well as to innovative projects by designers and architects that work with new materials and technologies.

Following the huge success of Material Revolution, this second volume addresses the rapid development of material research and presents materials new to the market since 2010.
The significance of sustainable and intelligent materials in design and architecture has increased enormously over the last two years. Numerous new products have been introduced to the market and designers' thirst for knowledge about the sustainability of new material is as strong as ever, making a sequel to Material Revolution necessary. The new volume contains a similar system of classification but covers a completely different range of materials. There is a chapter dedicated solely to the criteria and factors of sustainable product design, as well as to innovative projects by designers and architects that work with new materials and technologies.

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