The importance of adopting a circular economy is stressed by Mexican designer Fernando Laposse and his imaginative marquetry designs. Dubbing his product 'Totomoxtle,' the material utilizes "the colorful husks of heirloom corn species," with the hope of "restoring vital biodiversity."
There are a few uses of Fernando Laposse's Totomoxtle. The creation process includes peeling the corn husks from the cob and ironing them flat. Thereafter, they are glued on a textile and laser cut. With the pieces, Laposse creates his bespoke marquetry designs. The end result is a variety of unique textures and colorings that are, without a doubt, absolutely captivating.
These can be used to supplement the aesthetic of furniture, lamps, tables, and so on. In addition, the marquetry designs can be used as wall or floor coverings.