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Mycologist Develops Fungi Bricks -- Stronger than Concrete?



Source: Truth Theory | by Eden Marie

This mycologists figured out how to make bricks made from growing fungi that are super-strong and water-, mold- and fire resistant.

To most people, mushrooms are a food source. To mycologist (mushroom scientist) Philip Ross, fungi are much, much more. In fact, Ross is most passionate about mushrooms' ability to be used for building materials and it is this is what he primarily focuses his attention on. Recently, the mycologists figured out how to make bricks from growing fungi that are super-strong and water-, mold- and fire resistant.



Inhabitat reports that the 100% organic and compostable material is made from dried mycelium and then is grown and formed into just about any shape. It has a remarkable consistency that makes it stronger – pound for pound – than concrete. He recently patented his own version of the mycotecture procedure.

During an interview with Glasstire, Ross explained:

"It has the potential to be a substitute for many petroleum-based plastics. It's left the art world and seems to have entered a Science Fiction novel or something like that. With this stuff it's possible to go into regional production of biomaterials. For instance, here in San Francisco, we could start producing lots of local materials using this fungus and could create a pilot project of sorts."



If furniture, bricks stronger than concrete and art can be created using mushrooms, what else might fungi be used for?

IMAGE CREDIT: Phil Ross and The Workshop Residence.

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