The Way Designers Pick Materials is Broken—And This Lab Wants to Fix It

January 20, 2016

Fast Company highlights MG2's MIMIC design, a glimpse into the future of workplaces brought to life by Eastman Innovation


From Fast Company:

“The lab [Eastman Innovation] wants to collaborate on brand-new types of materials—showcasing that it can make new products based on a designer’s vision. For example, the team recently collaborated with the Seattle architecture firm MG2 on ideas for the future of the office. One design was a wall system called MIM IC, a digitally-connected, shape-shifting, color-changing wall that provides privacy and acoustic dampening.”

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