Astonishing water-sensitive building material acts just like pine cones

Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA
Chao Chen, water sensitive building material, hydro sensitive, water sensitive, transforming materials, wood laminate building cladding reacts to water, biomimicry, wood laminate, natural ventilation, wood, surface treatments, cladding, student projects, Royal College of Art, RCA

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