Eleven New Materials Designers Should Watch

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November 28, 2016

Fast Company asked Andrew Dent, vice president of library and materials research at Material ConneXion, to identify cutting-edge materials that could be important for designers in the near future. Among his picks that are available now and possibly destined to be material stars of the future are ceiling tile with the same structural integrity as OSB, barbed metal sheets that bond together like Velcro, and concrete that uses junk mail, shredded Styrofoam, and dryer lint as aggregate ingredients.

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