Mycotech is a company that cultivates agri-waste based materials bound by Mycelium, the root part mushrooms that look like strands of string. Their goal? Growing sustainable materials for a better world.The second material [by Mycotech] is Mylea, a mushroom-based material that resembles animal leather — can easily replace it, too. Through Mylea, Mycotech has collaborated with local brand Pala Nusantara to create mushroom-based watch. The product has earned prestigious awards such as Good Indonesian Design Award and INACRAFT 2019. [...]
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MYCL Certified B Corp for the first time in 2019 and now in 2022, MYCL is still doing continuous improvement and has done B Corp re-certification which makes our certification valid until 2025. Mycotech Lab is one among 8 Indonesian businesses which are Certified B Corporations and part of a global community that have met high standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.
Mycelium has caught the attention of researchers for a range of sometimes surprising reasons. British biologist Merlin Sheldrake, for example, recently authored the best-selling by Jessica Hemmings ©2022 Surface Design Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited. SPRING 2022 / 25 fashion. Mycelium’s speed of growth and relative ease of cultivation are often cited as positive environmental benefits of its production. Launched in 2015, Mycotech Lab, or MYCL, is an Indonesian bio-based material startup.