Limescale is a form of calcium carbonate, a common building material otherwise referred to as limestone. Research into the recycling of limescale waste, which at present is overlooked and discarded, suggests that it could be harvested and re-used as a building material by employing a chemical process to bind the inorganic material together. This would greatly reduce the need for quarrying and therefore reduce the impact on the landscape.
An industrious designer Known for keen observation, hand-on experiments and an extraordinary visual design research skill. He graduated in 2021 from KABK, Royal Academy of Art The Hague, with a keen perspective on materials and fabrications. Especially, the connection of humans with nature and ways to strengthen this relation. He is eager to develop a human-Earth hybrid system and imagine what future manufacturing can be.morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram
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