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Bacterial cellulose for architecture

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Developing architectural components based on biomaterials generated by bacterial growth

Bacterial cellulose for architecture is a biodegradable material based on biomaterials generated by bacterial growth. It has stronger properties than plant cellulose and is being develop for architectural applications such as facades, furniture and green walls.

Jaroslava Frajová

  • Jaroslava Frajová

    Jaroslava Frajová

    Technical university in Liberec

    I am a textile engineer and designer. I always needed to know things in-depth and see the essence of things and events. The text has a wide application in science and art and has a lot of answers to human problems. I studied textiles from the point of view of engineering and art, and now I intertwine these fields. Above all, discover a new principle of material production that is easy to produce and organic and can be applied to more production areas (industry). Textiles are a significant producer of waste, and at the same time, a big future (nanomaterials) and cities are very polluted (unsustainable). Bio-textiles used in architecture (green facade, etc.) can help live in the to more happily.more

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