Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
Cobogó Mundaú
2022

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Cobogó Mundaú

Ceramic surface

Portobello Group

Cobogó Mundaú is a covering made of Sururu shell (62.5%), a mollusk from the state of Alagoas, Brazil. The surface improves the ventilation and luminosity of buildings. The product emerged as a sustainable solution for the reuse of the Sururu shells, which were generating more than 300 tons of waste per month, causing pollution and bad odors. The product is notable for how it reduces environmental impact, establishes co-creation with the community, and promotes the circular economy.

Client / Manufacturer
Portobello Group

Portobello Group

Tijucas - Santa Catarina, BR
Designer

Rosenbaum Arquitetura e Design

São Paulo, BR
Date of Launch
2021
Development Time
up to 12 months
Target Regions
South America
Target Groups
Consumer / User

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