03 Jun '15, 5pm

#Luiis_3x ] UK Student Builds Surprisingly Sturdy Stools With Bacteria, Sand and Pee: Edinbu... [ #Luispokel

Edinburgh College of Art student Peter Trimble has built a ready-made machine for making compostable furniture. Called Dupe, the machine converts sand, urine and bacteria into a new biomaterial similar to concrete. Trimble’s Dupe stools are surprisingly sturdy, and at the end of their lifetime they can be broken up and used as a fertilizer.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/uk-student-builds-surprisingly-sturd...

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