Hundreds of thousands of tons end fabric waste up in landfill in the U.S. alone every year. Lintite is a new material made of dryer lint and concrete that aims to reduce some of this waste. This past week, Daniel Lev Coleman debuted his new collection of lintite furniture at Milan Design Week.
Daniel Lev Coleman
Previously featured on Core77, lintite is a material made from dryer lint and concrete that aims to reduce fabric waste. Mend Studio continues to refine lintite and hopes to bring products to market as soon as possible. Daniel Lev Coleman founded Mend Studio in 2017 where he explores new materials that turn yesterday's trash into tomorrow's products.
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