MoseanicMoseanic, a new sustainable terrazzo material.
Moseanic, a new sustainable terrazzo material.
There is a need to produce new sustainable materials, materials that use wastes and particulary the waste that ends up in oceans, offering a wide range of design options that initiate collaboration between designers, crafters, material developers and environmental groups. Moseanic is a new material concept combining airdry porcelain, cellulose fibre and ocean plastic, that creates an eco-sustainable-terrazzo that the partnership would like to use as a base material for its products.
Moseanic combines positive characteristics (it is strong, solid, translucent and natural). So much for the practical side, but there is also an emotional aspect: that the ocean plastic is visible, making the consumer aware of its reuse and providing a positive experience. The team is planning to design products, like lamps and explore the possibilities of using Moseanic as raw material.
ÁGI GÖB (Hungary)
A product designer, who leads and takes part in a wide range of design processes: small objects, new types of packaging, outdoor elements for open spaces, founded a start-up for modular furniture for Millenials living in rented accommodation.
LUČKA BERLOT (Slovenia)
A lamp designer, educator and crafter from Slovenia, currently working in the field of the art lighting, lighting design and film. Developing new sustainable materials and combinations to design within the circular economy.