Renewable resources as decorative coatings – from cornflowers to coffee, and from nettles to rose petals or Alpine hay.
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Different finely ground biogenic materials such as alpine grass, reclaimed wood, nettle, flax fiber, cornflowers, larch needles, or wood fibers are just a few of the various renewable resources that form the basis for the simple and revolutionary Biogen coating. These decorative coatings can be made from almost any natural fibers.
By adding a natural binder, the end product becomes 100% biodegradable. Depending on the composition, the compacted material can be refined with a wide variety of surface finishes.
The numerous eco-friendly and sustainable advantages open up new horizons for design and architecture.