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A balanced blend of stone and plant. Originally developed for wood repairs, the material can be shaped into a wide variety of useful products. Examples of applications include tiles, window-frames or even furniture.
The crystalline structure of limestone acts as a filter where microscopic particles are trapped within the pores through adsorption. Combined with fine plant fibres for softness and flexibility, it is suitable for a broad range of applications. Especially beneficial indoors, public spaces (schools and hospitals) to experience and make use of natural air purification.