Ecofabulous! Plastics company 3form makes translucent resin for the architecture and design market. Their Ecoresin panels come in almost every color and texture imaginable, and can be customized with embedded natural material or a unique digital design. Better still, Ecoresin is environmentally sound, 40% recycled, meets LEED standards and is the sturdiest commercially available polyester resin. The kami line of products is particularly beautiful – featuring natural elements like leaves, grass, plant fibers and petals embedded in the resin. You can use Ecoresin in the design of anything from furniture, to walls, to lighting.

Here are two examples of products made using Ecoresin: Invisible Lounge Chair, and the Table Light. (see below)


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  1. Snehal Khatri March 4, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    Firstly, greetings for the season

    Further, this is regarding the products which have been published in

    I am an Interior Design student, studing in demount fort university in United Kingdom . I am interested in the products ecorsin

    I would like to get more information about the product and the samples for the same so as to get a clearer picture of the product.

    Thanking you

    Snehal Khatri

  2. Inhabitat » HOLID... December 13, 2006 at 2:44 am

    […] 3Form Ecoresin Bracelets – $5 Here’s the perfect gift for the archilady in your life (and we know there are a lot of you out there amongst our readers). Any designer who is into sustainable interiors is familiar with 3Form, the company that makes beautiful sustainable resin. […]

  3. chrissy January 28, 2006 at 3:49 am

    I love this! this stuff is great! Do you know anywhere they are giving samples or where i can see this in person?

  4. ann flynn December 12, 2005 at 12:44 am

    Very interested – can the resin be weatherfacing or just internal to a building? Also,how does one order samples? Building many high end homes in Marin County and need privacy with style, thank you. Ann Flynn, 650-291-9734

  5. Paul May 19, 2005 at 11:23 pm

    just an fyi: the correct “kami” link is

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