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Every year, researchers conduct experiments on unusual materials from innovative new industrial products to biomaterials and develop revolutionary products. Surfaces Reporter Team picks out 8 sustainable and renewable building materials we loved in 2018:

10 Most Popular Material Stories of 2018

Every year, researchers conduct experiments on unusual materials from innovative new industrial products to biomaterials and develop revolutionar...

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Woodskin is a revolutionary material that is extremely flexible, strong and is able to convert into various 3D shapes perfect for vertical or horizontal structures.

Woodskin- Strength of a Wood and Flexibility of a Fabric

Woodskin is a revolutionary material that is extremely flexible, strong and is able to convert into various 3D shapes perfect for vertical or hor...

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A market leader in the industry “NITCO”, India’s premium brand, is well known for its fine product quality, innovation & customer service. Known as a trendsetter, “NITCO” brings Italian excellence with exemplary quality of Tiles

NITCO Launches Its All-New Collection of Italian Glazed Porcelain Tiles at Indian Prices

A market leader in the industry “NITCO”, India’s premium brand, is well known for its fine product quality, innovation &...

A mesmerizing piece of furniture- ‘The Light Chair’- from Industrial designer Taehwan Kim is an epitome of Iridescence.

Taehwan Kims Captivating Chair With An Iridescent Sheen

A mesmerizing piece of furniture- ‘The Light Chair’- from Industrial designer Taehwan Kim is an epitome of Iridescence.

The artwork titled Preserve the Pride, by Bandana Jain, derives its inspiration from the doorway of a Buddhist shrine at Ajanta cave, a designated UNESCO heritage site and the pride of Maharashtra.

A Cardboard Cave Inspired by a Buddhist Shrine

The artwork titled Preserve the Pride, by Bandana Jain, derives its inspiration from the doorway of a Buddhist shrine at...

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