Tangerine

Title: Tangerina Category: Organic Waste Description: As one of the most consumed fruits around the world, orange always sought to be available at all times for the need of both home and industry needs, leaving the peel waste to be invented into new type of plastic fabric material. Developer: Eka Arifianty Puspita is an Indonesian…

Ampas Clay

Title: Ampas Clay Category: Organic Waste Description: Derived from the rest of the pulp of fruits and rhizomes as the main basic ingredients. Besides useful as compost, this material can also be an alternative material similar to clay. Developer: Upadaya itself is an unintentional brand idea in the midst of a pandemic by maximizing everything…

Bio-Concrete

Title: Bio-Concrete Category: Organic Waste, Mixed-Material Description: Eggshell based material, explored as future bio-concrete. This project is assumed will help solid-waste handling, particularly the increase of solid waste issues surround the urban area where the food industry is highly productive. Developer: Eka Arifianty Puspita is an Indonesian textile designer who develops a material exploration-focused studio…

Flexible Sawdust

Title: Flexible Sawdust Category: Wood / Bamboo / Rattan, Organic Waste Description: Flexible Sawdust is the result of experimentation with sawdust, which is a waste that can be found in wood manufacturers. The sawdust is gathered and mixed so it becomes one material that is still flexible. This technique can be used to make small…

Soya Leather / Sheet

Title: Soya Leather / Sheet Category: Organic Waste + Bacteria Description: The production of tofu and tempeh produces liquid waste that polluting the river. The project aims to reduce water pollution and help poverty by creating and grow edible cellulose that could be used as an alternative source for food and new material. Developer: XXLab…

Areca Palm Sheath

Title: Areca Palm Sheath Category: Organic Waste Description: The areca leaf releases waterproofed sheath 6-8 times a year with an average size of 20-50cm x 60-80cm. These leaves are still considered as agricultural waste with just a little value so it is usually thrown away or burned. Developer: Pl├ępah produces biodegradable packaging to reduce extensive…