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Updated: Apr 17

Sunny Vowles, Helen Park, Aoife Taylor and Alessia Andrews experimenting with materials in the lab (pictured from left to right)

When artists and scientists come together, amazing things can happen. That's exactly what happened when a group of professionals with backgrounds in bio-materials and sustainable design started collaborating on a new project a few years ago.

This collaboration led to the formation of exciting new materials such as Cyalith (image below) which is a mechanically strong and beautifully aesthetic alternative to ceramic tiles, whilst also being low-carbon and made from 100% natural materials.

We combined our expertise in sustainable design, engineering, and material science to create a prototype that was unlike anything else on the market. We tested and refined our product, incorporating feedback from experts in the construction industry and sustainable design community.

Cyalith exhibited at Materials District 30x30cm 2023

Cyalith, Fabalith, and StarCrete, among other products currently under development, have the potential to be game-changers in the world of construction. And it all started with a collaboration between professionals who were passionate about pushing the boundaries of sustainable design and making a positive impact on the environment.

If you're interested in exploring the world of sustainable construction, be sure to check out our product and see what all the excitement is about!

Starman Aled Roberts. Image courtesy of Enna Bartlett

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Written by Aoife Taylor

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