an attempt to create a banana skin based bio-composite material. The aim is to create a new material made from organic waste - some say that banana skins shouldn't be composted as they contain pesticides. Banana skin is composed of varied kinds of fibres that could be valuable for the material structure. We tried to separate the fibres using different methods.  team: Ola Lukaszewska  tutor: Kamil Jerzykowski  School of Form 2016
       
     
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 an attempt to create a banana skin based bio-composite material. The aim is to create a new material made from organic waste - some say that banana skins shouldn't be composted as they contain pesticides. Banana skin is composed of varied kinds of fibres that could be valuable for the material structure. We tried to separate the fibres using different methods.  team: Ola Lukaszewska  tutor: Kamil Jerzykowski  School of Form 2016
       
     

an attempt to create a banana skin based bio-composite material. The aim is to create a new material made from organic waste - some say that banana skins shouldn't be composted as they contain pesticides. Banana skin is composed of varied kinds of fibres that could be valuable for the material structure. We tried to separate the fibres using different methods.

team: Ola Lukaszewska

tutor: Kamil Jerzykowski

School of Form 2016

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