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S11E3: The Healthy Materials Lab is Making Housing Healthier for Everyone

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In 2015, interior designer Jonsara Ruth and architect Alison Mears received a grant to study the use of building materials in affordable housing. This grant led to the creation of the Healthy Materials Lab, a design-led research lab based out of the Parsons School of Design that raises awareness about toxins in building materials and draws attention to healthier alternatives. Almost a decade later, they’re still asking big and necessary questions: What if we could make building materials a little more slowly with an eye towards health and sustainability? And what if these materials were accessible by everyone? What would that mean to the health of the world?

In this episode of DB|BD, Ruth and Mears discuss why the Lab continues to focus on affordable housing, what harms typical materials in our built environment cause, what healthy alternatives exist, and how these healthy materials can become accessible and affordable at scale.

On this season of DB|BD, co-hosts Jessica Helfand and Ellen McGirt are observing equity by highlighting the “redesigners” — people who are addressing urgent problems by challenging big assumptions about how the world can and should work — and who it should work for.

This season of DB|BD is powered by Deloitte.

Visit our site for more on this episode and to view a transcript.

To learn more about the Healthy Materials Lab, visit their website.

Material Health: Design Frontiers, a book by the Healthy Materials Lab

Follow The Design of Business | The Business of Design on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app.

Episodes are produced by Design Observer’s editorial team. The views and opinions expressed by podcast speakers and guests are solely their own and do not reflect the opinions of Deloitte or its personnel, nor does Deloitte advocate or endorse any individuals or entities featured on the episodes.

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In 2015, interior designer Jonsara Ruth and architect Alison Mears received a grant to study the use of building materials in affordable housing. This grant led to the creation of the Healthy Materials Lab, a design-led research lab based out of the Parsons School of Design that raises awareness about toxins in building materials and draws attention to healthier alternatives. Almost a decade later, they’re still asking big and necessary questions: What if we could make building materials a little more slowly with an eye towards health and sustainability? And what if these materials were accessible by everyone? What would that mean to the health of the world?

In this episode of DB|BD, Ruth and Mears discuss why the Lab continues to focus on affordable housing, what harms typical materials in our built environment cause, what healthy alternatives exist, and how these healthy materials can become accessible and affordable at scale.

On this season of DB|BD, co-hosts Jessica Helfand and Ellen McGirt are observing equity by highlighting the “redesigners” — people who are addressing urgent problems by challenging big assumptions about how the world can and should work — and who it should work for.

This season of DB|BD is powered by Deloitte.

Visit our site for more on this episode and to view a transcript.

To learn more about the Healthy Materials Lab, visit their website.

Material Health: Design Frontiers, a book by the Healthy Materials Lab

Follow The Design of Business | The Business of Design on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app.

Episodes are produced by Design Observer’s editorial team. The views and opinions expressed by podcast speakers and guests are solely their own and do not reflect the opinions of Deloitte or its personnel, nor does Deloitte advocate or endorse any individuals or entities featured on the episodes.

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