Kam Tin brick 1
Kam Tin brick
Material category:

Ceramic

Identification number:

22-1000-285-a

Kam Tin, in the New Territories north of Tai Mo Shan, is an area with a rich cultural history. Temples, ancestral halls, and walled villages …

Future sand 1
Future sand
Material categories:

Ceramic

Mineral / Mineral based

Identification number:

22-1000-284-a

While the debate surrounding increased housing development on Lamma Island continues, small private-sector developments have sprung up along the peripheries of the old villages. On …

Peel rise rock 1
Peel Rise rock
Material category:

Mineral / Mineral based

Identification number:

22-1000-283-a

Peel Rise, a hiking route located in the west of Aberdeen Country Park, meanders through the shaded canopies of dense woodland. The woodland consists of …

AB_BD_P_0038
Eroded tiles with mortar
Material categories:

Ceramic

Cement based

Identification number:

21-1000-282-a

Anthropogenic flotsam like eroded glass, pieces of concrete and tiles are washed up on the Sea Ranch Beach daily. Some residents have mentioned that the …

AB_BD_P_0030
Gelatine-based bioplastic foam
Material categories:

Animal / Animal based

Naturals (others)

Identification number:

20-1000-001-a

The gelatine powder, which is the base material of this biological polymer is made from animal (pig) collagen and has a yellowish appearance. The bioplastic …

Pattern 1
Kiwi skin leather
Material category:

Plant / Plant based

Identification number:

22-7182-277-a

Kiwi skin leather is created with dried kiwi skin and agar-agar-based bioplastic. Before applying to the kiwi skin, the agar-agar-based bioplastic was tested repeatedly to …

AB_BD_P_0002
Okara leather
Material category:

Plant / Plant based

Identification number:

22-7182-272-a

Okara, or soy bean drag, consists of the insoluble parts of the soybean. As a by-product of tofu production it is cheap, readily available and …

VP_BD_P_0004
Kombucha bacterial cellulose eggshell composite
Material categories:

Composite

Naturals (others)

Identification number:

20-0000-271-b

The bacterial cellulose (SCOBY) is formed as a sheet in a vat of kombucha brew. After fermentation, the sheet grows up to 30mm thick, and …

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