Growing Organic Packaging

Growing Organic Packaging

Mareike Frensemeier uses bacteria to grow protective packing material.

Dan Gould
  • 10 november 2009

Treehugger points us to an interesting project from the Cargo Packs 2020 competition that uses bacterium to create on-demand organic packaging.

Designer Mareike Frensemeier won third place for the concept which uses the acetobacter xylinum bacteria to self assemble a protective shell similar to paper around an object

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