Dezeen Agenda incorporates a bathroom comprised of wooden chips and bioplastic resin

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Finnish design firm Woodio has designed a wall-mounted bathroom that’s fashioned from wooden composite.

In accordance with Woodio, its manufacturing course of generates 99 per cent fewer emissions than that used to create conventional ceramic sanitaryware.

The fabric used to create the bathroom consists of 80 per cent wooden by quantity, but it surely nonetheless depends on a number of fossil-based assets together with polyester resin, which is blended with bioplastic resin to create a composite with the wooden chips.

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