Concourse, the store designer and concession builder focused purely on duty free and travel retail, has formalised an alliance that will see the company introduce sustainable materials in the design and implementation of brand activations and store builds. Last week, during Dutch Design Week 2019, Concourse officially partnered with ECOR and DSM-Niaga. At the TFWA

Last week, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the UN Environment Programme published the first annual New Plastics Economy Global Commitment progress report at the Our Ocean Conference in Oslo. The report provides an unprecedented level of transparency on how almost 200 businesses and governments are reshaping the plastics system. These current signatories represent 20% of

During the G20 Japan/EU 2019 Joint Networking on Marine Plastic Litter in Tokyo, Japan, our own Sann Carriere presented ECOR as a viable alternative to combat marine plastic litter.  The purpose of this event (held on October 8th 2019) was to provide technical contributions to G20 members’ activities to address marine plastic litter, by specifying

The Future of Waste-based Materials, and Design for Disassembly with ECOR By Purva Chawla (click here to read the original) What sets ECOR apart from traditional materials like wood, MDF, and particleboard? ECOR has begun disrupting the commodity material market for traditional building materials, by not only being lower cost but also providing greater strength,

ECOR part of Embassy of Sustainable Design during Dutch Design Week Circular economy requires cooperation and sharing of knowledge Together we can create an impact on the road to a circular economy and a more sustainable way of life: business, designers, knowledge institutions, government and also consumers. But that is only possible in an atmosphere