Engineered to close the cycle on wasted resources
By (re)using discarded waste from agricultural and wood industries, Portulite materials avoid incineration and decrease harmful emissions while creating elegant and beautiful eco-friendly products.
Our process and binder were carefully developed/tested so the final material is degradable and inert
By carefully choosing our waste raw materials, we create an array of natural colours and textures that aim to inspire and complement new designs – or give a new life to old ones.
Flexible material with a soft touch and great thermal properties, perfect for indoor use.
Thougher material, can resist weather, wear and tear.
Our (re)usage of materials avoids incineration, decreasing harmful emissions by creating elegant and beautiful eco-friendly materials.
Development of your projects and ideas.
We provide technical assistance to ensure your designs can be materialized into beautiful products
Through 3D visualisation we are able to give an immediate response to test the design.
Physical prototypes are made with CNC technology to fine tune technical properties.
Our in-house tool manufacturing allows us fast lead times, this way your production can get to the market as fast as possible.
Our whole production process was developed to bring wasted materials back into the market efficiently, with low impact and at an attractive cost.
In our search to reintroduce wasted resources back into the economy, we produce green, high-end products with a special care for aesthetics, usability and feel.
We aim to minimise our carbon footprint by complying with green and efficient methods of production.
As disposal and recycling in industry waste considerable amounts of energy, resources, and labour, we are able to bypass this by creating a framework which makes sense for sustainable production
We focus on the search of new materials that can coexist with our current global necessities and eventually act as substitutes by changing the way we consume products that harm our planet
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