Part of the appeal of many materials stems from their origin - they have stories that communicate their value. Most people recognize certain regions of the world for producing great coffee or wine. Sometimes we assign value to a specific heritage, like Cuban cigars. We refer to this quality as a Material Narrative.
What about places without unique resources–could we create new materials with new narratives? Could this foster new economies and with it new cultures?
View on the full site: madeinthefuture.co/new-matter
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?