Biohm is a UK-based biomanufacturing company founded in an effort to create a healthier and more sustainable built-environment. They specialize in the research and development of bio-based materials for construction, particularly those made from waste. Their innovative approach involves using mycelium, a type of fungus, to create sustainable building materials. Biohm's premium building insulation material made out of mycelium has the potential to revolutionize construction and create a more sustainable future.
Biohm's Triagomy is a sustainable construction system designed for deconstruction, eliminating the need for demolition and making extensions, downsizing, relocation, recycling, and reuse easier. Triagomy's environmental benefits include 40% to 90% reductions in environmental impact compared to traditional construction methods, and up to 120% reductions when incorporating their bio-based materials. By implementing the principles of Design for Deconstruction, Triagomy's components can be re-used, drastically extending the lifespan of the component materials. Biohm's innovative approach to building places biomimicry at the heart of all design decisions.