Courtesy Baux

Plank, Baux
Plank is a new line of modular, recyclable acoustic wall panels made of wood wool, cement, and water, and designed by Swedish construction material company Baux. Plank comes in gradated beige in 45.6" by 11.4" and 22.8" by 5.7". The tiles mitigate sound as well as absorb and release heat to help maintain a room’s temperature, according to the company.

Courtesy Viridian Reclaimed Wood

Colorburst, Viridian Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed oak from tractor-trailer truck decking and pine and fir granary beams are repurposed in this colorful line of panels from the Portland, Ore.–based lumber company. Available in 0.38" to 0.63" thicknesses, 5" widths, and variable lengths from 2' to 8', the FSC-certified panels come in a choice of robin egg blue (top), haute pink (middle), viridian green (bottom), and cascade white, along with custom colors.

Courtesy Graypants

Scraplight White Series, Graypants
An addition to the Seattle- and Amsterdam-based studio’s Scraplight line, these monolithic white pendant, table, and standing luminaires feature FSC-certified, corrugated cardboard diffusers. The shades are made in Holland in collaboration with a community program that provides locals with careers in the crafts. The collection offers nine shapes, including a moon, drum, and bell (shown).

Courtesy Interface

WW895, Interface
This modular tile from the carpet manufacturer’s World Woven Collection is inspired by the look and texture of woven wool textiles, featuring tapestry-tufted, patterned, structural loop piles. Measuring 25.5" by 39.3", each tile is made from 65% recycled material, including recovered, solution-dyed, type 6 nylon. Available in eight colorways including autumn weave, glen weave, and heather weave (shown).

Courtesy Danielle Trofe

MushLume Cascade Chandy, Danielle Trofe
The shades of these pendants are made from a combination of liquid mycelium (the part of a mushroom that grows beneath the soil) and agricultural byproducts, including seed husks and corn stalks, which is then formed in molds, heated, and dried. The 25W wired fixture has an E26/27 base and is ceiling mounted. Measuring 78" tall by 15" wide, it is fitted with spun brass hardware.

Courtesy Huber Engineered Woods

Zip System R-9 R-Sheathing, Huber Engineered Woods
The company adds R-9 insulation board to its sheathing line for residential, multifamily, and light commercial applications, helping projects aiming to meet the prescriptive foam insulation requirements of the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code. The sheathing includes a water-resistant barrier that can be made airtight with the company’s flashing tape. The system has no added urea formaldehyde and uses Sustainable Forestry Initiative–certified wood. Panels come in nominal 4'-by-8' sheets.