Kelp – a future in design?

Design Milk have this morning featured an interview with London-based designer Julia Lohmann, who through her own experimentation believes that dried seaweed could replace leather, plastic and paper.

Using sustainable materials has been at the forefront of design for a long time now, and this is yet another lovely example of a thoroughly creative solution to the problems faced.

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