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Textile designer makes fabric from mushrooms

by Futures Centre, May 31
1 minute read

Dutch textile desigenr Aniela Hoitink is combining a fabric made from mushroom roots with 3D-printing to custom-make clothes.

Hoitink worked with the Myco Design Lab, a collaboration of the University of Utrecht, Officina Corpuscoli and Mediamatic, to make a garment entirely from mycelium.

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