February 19

[Green Connection #24] Mycelium, 2050 Materials on Green Interiors Day and AI Workshop Next Week




JULY 8TH TO 12TH, 2024


JULY 8TH TO 12TH, 2024


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The Future Is Fungi: Unveiling the Mycelium Revolution in Construction

Hey there, eco-warrior!

Ever wondered if there’s a way to build our future without costing the Earth?

Well, drumroll, please… Enter Mycelium – nature’s very own building genius, hiding beneath our feet in the vast networks of fungi.

This isn’t just another eco-trend; it’s a full-blown revolution in how we think about construction materials. Imagine a world where buildings are grown, not built, with materials that are as alive as the forest floor.

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Why Mycelium? Because it’s the superhero the construction world didn’t know it needed. Renewable, rapid-growing, and reveling in agricultural waste, mycelium is turning heads for its minimal environmental footprint and carbon-guzzling prowess.

It’s not just about being green; it’s about being effective, with mycelium-based products offering a biodegradable and carbon-negative alternative that could redefine sustainability in the built environment.

Real-World Magic: This isn’t fantasy; it’s architectural innovation at its finest. From chic MycoComposite panels that are as stylish as they are sustainable, to furniture that brings a piece of the earth into your living room, mycelium is proving its worth in concrete (or should we say, fungal) terms. Success stories are sprouting up globally, showcasing buildings that not only stand tall but also stand for something.

Beyond Building Materials: But wait, there’s more! Mycelium’s tale is one of science, sustainability, and a smidge of magic. It’s a material that grows itself, capturing carbon and offering insulation, strength, and safety without the environmental guilt trip. And while the path to mainstream mycelium marvels is strewn with challenges, from durability to regulatory hurdles, the future looks promisingly green.

Join the Fungi Force: Inspired? Curious? Both? If you’re nodding along, thinking about how you can be part of this groundbreaking shift towards greener building practices, you’re not alone. Whether it’s championing for mycelium in your next project or diving deeper into the world of green design, there’s a place for you in this eco-revolution.

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2050 Materials on Green Interiors Day!

Did you know our cities, those bustling hubs of activity we love and live in, are also the big bad wolves of emissions? Yep, buildings are behind a whopping 40% of global emissions and gobble up half of all resources used. But wait, why kick the can down to 2050 when change is knocking at our door today?

Enter the game-changer: 2050 Materials. Imagine a digital treasure trove tailored for the heroes of construction – architects, engineers, and contractors.

This platform is revolutionizing how we pick and poke around for sustainable building materials. With thousands of eco-friendly products at your fingertips, aligning your projects with those green dreams has never been easier. And the best part? It’s free! Start sculpting the cities of tomorrow by hopping over to 2050-materials.com.

And guess what? Phanos Hadjikyriakou, the Co-founder & CEO of 2050 Materials, is landing at the Green Interiors Day in Milan! That’s right, the mastermind behind this innovative platform will be sharing insights and sparking conversations on creating sustainable spaces.

Join Us: It’s a Date!

Whether you’re itching to mingle in person or keen to tune in from the comfort of your couch, we’ve got you covered. Green Interiors Day is your ticket to diving deep into the green revolution, and Phanos is just the cherry on top.

Be there or be square:

  • In-person or Online Transmission: The choice is yours!
  • Grab Your Spot: The second batch of spots is flying off the shelf – they won’t last long!

Click here to secure your spot!

Don’t miss out on this chance to be part of the change. Let’s build a greener, cleaner world together, one building at a time. See you in Milan (or online)!

The Third Edition of the Architecture AI Workshop is Next Week

I am thrilled to share with you that we are in the final stages of preparing the Architecture AI Workshop – the third edition of this innovative event is on its way! As always, our goal is to make this workshop accessible to everyone, keeping the cost as close to free as possible.

This initiative stems from my passion for exploring the realm of artificial intelligence and its application in architecture, a journey of constant and fascinating discovery.

Each edition of the Architecture AI Workshop is a new adventure, and this third one promises to be exceptionally exciting. I am putting in a special effort to bring novelties that have not been shared before, exploring the latest developments and updates in design software. The field of AI is evolving at a rapid pace, and with it, our potential to create and innovate.

This edition will be different from anything we’ve done before. I look forward to unveiling the latest trends and tools that can transform the way we think and work with architecture. It’s a unique opportunity to learn, explore, and connect with other curious minds who are at the forefront of design and technology.

Want to be part of this experience? Mark your calendar: the event will take place on February 26th. Spaces are limited, so don’t delay, and sign up now through the link below to secure your participation.

Sign up for the Third Edition of The Architecture AI Workshop

I am eager to share this moment with you. Let’s discover together what the future holds at the intersection of architecture and artificial intelligence.

Happy Tuesday!

Filipe Boni,


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