Leather-Like Mushroom Material Could Be Used For Shoes And Bags

Leather-Like Mushroom Material Could Be Used For Shoes And Bags
Design

Italian textile manufacturer Grado Zero Espace has developed a vegetable-based material similar to suede

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 june 2016

The Italian textile manufacturer Grado Zero Espace has used a skin extracted from giant mushroom caps to create a leather-like material. Muskin is processed in a similar way to leather, using tanning, but is completely natural.

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