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FabBRICK

Get done with textile waste

 

FabBRICK recycles textile waste

into ecological and aesthetic bricks

 

     While she was a student in architecture,  Clarisse Merlet, founder of FabBRICK, notices how much construction is a polluting and energy-intensive industry, so she decides to find a way to built differently , especially with the use of raw material wastes such as plastic bottles, cardboard or plastic cups.

      Then, Clarisse figured out that textile industry was poorly considered regarding recycling this material which has relevant properties in the area of construction knowing that cotton is considered as a powerful thermal and acoustic insulator. Then she had the idea of re-using discarded clothes by making it an innovative raw material. Based on the characteristics of the recovered textiles, she designs an ecological building material both thermal and acoustic insulator.

 Based on the characteristics of the recovered textiles, she designs an ecological building material both thermal and acoustic insulator.

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4 MILlIONS tons

of anual textile wastes in Europe

ONLY

32,5% 

of clothes in the french market are gathered by collecting agencies every year

  FabBRICK® material

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OUR PROJECTS

Since the creation of FabBRICk,

we were able to design different projects

 

Interior design

Furniture

Design of products

Collaborations

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Teamwork

Clarisse Merlet

CEO of FabBRICK

Hugo

Material maker

Paul

Material maker

Ibrahima

Material maker

Claire

Designer

Gaspard

Engineer

Valentin

Intern

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About us

     At FabBRICK all our creations are thought out and handcrafted in our workshop in the heart of Paris. Since our creation at the end of 2018, we have already designed more than 40,000 bricks which represent 12 tons of recycled textiles

     

     Three machines have been developed to make the project bigger. The latest version has been duplicated five times, in order to be able to increase our production capacity.

     

     The next step, for us, is to industrialize the manufacturing process so that we will be able to recycle even more textile waste!

    

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