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ATELIER PREMIERE-New York
An exclusive decorative stone plaster technique made from marble powder to create bespoke finishes with different textures and colors for interior surfaces. The material can mimic the appearance and feel of polished stone, but it is much stronger, lighter in weight, and can achieve a seamless effect.
A durable, ceramic-based material made out of leftover pieces of the slip casting process of colored porcelain, in which the combination and visibility of the used, separate “crumbs” give the material a new and distinct character. It comprises 100% waste material.
H-1, Toughened Ceramic Powder for 3D Printing
A toughened ceramic-based material that is designed to 3D print parts with fine details and the ability to withstand high temperatures (1300 °C, 2371 °F). With no firing needed, the sustainably-sourced clay powder mixed with aluminum oxide allows for high precision 3D printing of heat-resistant objects without any shrinkage.
Nano-Care Deutschland AG
A high-performance ceramic nanocoating that provides non-absorbent surfaces reliable protection against contaminants, graffiti, acid, and oxidization. Based on silicon carbon nitride (SiCN), the transparent coating is particularly suitable for painted, stainless steel, or plastic surfaces. Hence polished natural stone (kitchen worktops) can be protected from acid corrosion.
A method of creating distinctive color and pattern with Jesmonite, a gypsum and resin based composite, by combining it with metal dust waste. The designer upcycles metal dust particles from the key cutting and metalworking workshops across the United Kingdom.