Entries tagged with: biomimicry


New Year, New Showroom

In August of 2018, we signed a lease on a warehouse in South Raleigh.  At the end of October, we celebrated the transformation of this space into a state-of-the-art showroom, showcasing our portfolio of sustainable, healthy building materials.  Below is a chronicle of our journey from blank walls to vibrant, engaging installations.

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The Two Healthy Alternatives to Pink Insulation

The defacto, easy, unhealthy insulation option lurking in walls and attics, is invariably pink. When discerning clients question what is in the walls, it is inevitably gypsum and fiberglass, two energy intensive building bad-boys that get picked because they come with familiarity and a low price tag. But what is the cost of this low price tag? What are we sacrificing when it comes to the health of our homes and those that dwell within its walls? Beyond the pink, fluffy, and slightly noxious horizon lives a small handful of viable, healthy insulation options that promote the health of not just your home, but your family. 

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Biomimicry in Building Materials

What can three billion years of evolution teach us?  We are so reliant on our ability to innovate and research new ways to do things based on technology, that we often forget to consider the most innovative research of all:  time.

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Health vs Wealth

The biggest change to come to the building industry in a long time is putting people first. Traditional construction mentality has been “How do we achieve the owner’s goals while also meeting the budget and putting more money in my pocket?” The new way of thinking is “How do I make sure the occupants have a pleasant experience in this space?”

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