On growing fully biodegradable organic materials

Press/Media: Public Engagement Activities


The growing problem of food waste has made it increasingly imperative to find sustainable solutions for its reduction. This urgency has been at the core of the research projects of Elise Elsacker (1988), an architect and recently-enrolled PhD-researcher at the VUB’s Architectural Engineering Lab. She co-founded Magma Nova, an agency helping designers and companies work with bio-fabricated rather than extracted materials, who are adamant that fully biodegradable materials could be the creative, long-term answer for the future.

Period7 Nov 2017

Media coverage


Media coverage