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The interest for Zeoform is high, see where Zeoform has appeared in the media, including Inhabitat, NZ Herald, Gizmag and many more…

November 2017: ‘Searching for a natural cure to the plastic plague’ ( architects.org)

February 2016: ‘LEGO is looking for a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based plastic’ ( national.suntimes.com)

January 2016: ( Globalmana.org)

January 2016: ( Livingcircular-Veolia)

January 2016: ( Plasticsouplab.org)

December 2015: ( Dinafem.org)

June 2015: ( Kentuckyhemp)

May 2015: ( Newearth)

July 2014: ( Earth We Are One)

May 2014: ( Canapa industriale – Italy)

April 2014: ( Trend-tank)

March 2014: ( Conscious Media News – Istanbul)

January 2014: ( The Guardian UK)

January 2014: ( The Times of India)

December 2013: ( Architect Magazine)

November 2013: ( Leaf Science)

October 2013: (TreeHugger)

October 2013: (The Fast Company)

October 2013: (P3)

October 2013: (Redesign Revolution)

October 2013: (Sustainable Brands)

October 2013: (Triple Pundit)

October 2013: (Ecopreneurist)

October 2013: (State of Green Blog)

September 2013: (Huffington Post)

August 2013: (GizMag)

August 2013: (Inhabitat)

September 2013: (Triple Pundit)

September 2013: (Pro Print)

September 2013: (Descubre el Verde – Spanish Discovery Network)

August 2013: (Eureka: The Site For Engineering Design)

September 2013: (Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade)

September 2013: (TechBeat)

August 2013: (New Zealand Herald)

September 2013: (Australian Manufacturing)

September 2013 (Technology4Change)

September 2013: (Stationery News)

September 2013: (Ceramic Tech Today)

August 2013: (Engineering Materials)

August 2013: (LOHASIA)

March 2011: ‘Banging A Differently Made Drum’ (Byron Shire Echo)

July 2009: ‘From Trash to Treasure’ (Furniture Fair Online)

January 2009: ‘The rise of eco-chic design’ (Sydney Morning Herald)