A new interiors series challenges the throw-away world we live in by using fully compostable materials—including one most people put on their pizza

A newly launched furniture collection, named Mycoform, has the potential to transform the world of interiors into one that's free of harmful pollutions and waste.

Mycoform is a new furniture project by Brooklyn-based firm Terreform ONE, a nonprofit organization for philanthropic architecture, urban, ecological design. The range of furnishings creates less toxins because of their composition; they are made from a variety of 100 percent compostable material meaning they provide the earth with nutrients once the material has completely broken down. These include, but aren't limited to, oak pellet fuel, mushrooms, wood chips, gypsum and even oat bran. By using such natural products, this means the products are pollution-free as they add zero toxic chemicals into the atmosphere.

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