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30 . May . 2019
Cork in the garden of the future, by Tom Dixon and IKEA

The interactive garden created by the British designer won the silver medal at the 2019 Chelsea Flower Show, in London, organised by the Royal Horticultural Society.

25 . Jul . 2017
“Blocks” is an installation by Rona Meyuchas-Koblenz, an Israeli designer based in London, founder and director of the Kukka Studio.

Coming into contact with cork, while socializing and enjoying this community leisure space, is the invitation made by Rona Meyuchas-Koblenz with her installation "Blocks," on display at the Natural History Museum in Tel Aviv, in the framework of the Fresh Paint Contemporary Art & Design Fair, between March 28 and A…

Blog 16 . Feb . 2018
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This unique product is a modular cork platform that is specifically designed for biological treatment of wastewater, since the roots of the plants help purify the water, functioning as an ecosystem by allowing the recovery of habitats in degraded or polluted areas, recovery of river banks, lakes and reservoirs, creatio…

Blog 25 . Jul . 2017

"The cork composites used - ranging from the cork granulates (used in the garden beds or to fill the stools) to the rolls - are exceptional not only because of their formal value, but because in tactile terms they create an irresistible urge to touch them", Ana Pérez-Quiroga.

27 . Sep . 2019
Awarded with RIBA's Stephen Lawrence 2019, the Cork House project paves the way towards a more sustainable architecture by reducing the numb…

A house built almost entirely from cork, with low carbon emissions and whose components are recyclable at the end of its life cycle. This is the proposal from a group of British architects to promote ideas about the environmental impact of the construction industry. Created by Matthew Barnett Howlandwith Dido Milne and…


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