Europe’s largest exhibition of materials designed for circular construction is now travelling to the international building exhibition Building Holland in Amsterdam. Troldtekt acoustic panels have been selected for the Reversible Experience Modules exhibition, which was also at ecobuild in London.
The purpose of the Reversible Experience Modules (REM) exhibition is to inspire people to use circular design, where buildings can be dismantled so that the materials can be reused without loss of value. REM stems from the Buildings As Materials Banks (BAMB) initiative, the idea being that materials have their own ‘passport’ so that architects, contractors and other stakeholders can easily find data about a building’s circular potential.
The international Cradle to Cradle organisation EPEA has decided which materials to include in the REM exhibition. One of them is Troldtekt acoustic plates, which are made from wood and cement.
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