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Bread Nouveau

Landström, Axel and Isaksson Pirtti, Victor (2020) In Diploma work IDEL01 20201
Industrial Design
Abstract
In 2018 90 billion tonnes of raw material was extracted globally. It is
estimated 20% of this went to waste and with the quickening pace of
global metabolism this figure is predicted to have doubled by 2060. In the
context of the Anthropocene we need to reduce this incessant cycle of
mass extraction and production of waste, change the production systems
from linear to cyclic and prove for industries that “lifeless matters” such
as waste could be reevaluated from shit to gold. Through an open ended
make and tell with world leading agricultural scientists and Swedish
natural resource industries we have created a novel biocomposite entirely
manufactured from industry waste whilst establishing a symbiosis between
these otherwise... (More)
In 2018 90 billion tonnes of raw material was extracted globally. It is
estimated 20% of this went to waste and with the quickening pace of
global metabolism this figure is predicted to have doubled by 2060. In the
context of the Anthropocene we need to reduce this incessant cycle of
mass extraction and production of waste, change the production systems
from linear to cyclic and prove for industries that “lifeless matters” such
as waste could be reevaluated from shit to gold. Through an open ended
make and tell with world leading agricultural scientists and Swedish
natural resource industries we have created a novel biocomposite entirely
manufactured from industry waste whilst establishing a symbiosis between
these otherwise detached industries. (Less)
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Landström, Axel and Isaksson Pirtti, Victor
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IDEL01 20201
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Diploma work
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ISRN-number: LUT-DVIDE/ EX--20/50466SE
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English
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9008630
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2020-05-08 14:01:07
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  abstract     = {In 2018 90 billion tonnes of raw material was extracted globally. It is
estimated 20% of this went to waste and with the quickening pace of
global metabolism this figure is predicted to have doubled by 2060. In the
context of the Anthropocene we need to reduce this incessant cycle of
mass extraction and production of waste, change the production systems
from linear to cyclic and prove for industries that “lifeless matters” such
as waste could be reevaluated from shit to gold. Through an open ended
make and tell with world leading agricultural scientists and Swedish
natural resource industries we have created a novel biocomposite entirely
manufactured from industry waste whilst establishing a symbiosis between
these otherwise detached industries.},
  author       = {Landström, Axel and Isaksson Pirtti, Victor},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {Diploma work},
  title        = {Bread Nouveau},
  year         = {2020},
}