Light-Filled Revolution: Sustainable Hemp-Leather Innovations


Sustainable Innovations

7. March 2024

Lucas Fuhrmann, the visionary behind Revoltech, inaugurates a transformative era of presentation technology that amalgamates nature, technology, and sustainability. Through innovative light columns, he creates unique experiences that not only impress aesthetically but also underscore Revoltech’s
commitment to transparency and eco-friendliness.

The revolution of Revoltech lies in the use of Hemp-Leder, an advanced fusion of hemp fibers and traditional leather. This sustainable material choice reflects Revoltech’s endeavor to promote environmentally friendly and ethical practices. The physical location of Revoltech at Darmstadt, is not just a hub of progress but also a symbol of innovation and design.

Revoltech is changing the rules of the textile industry with LOVR, a revolutionary material marking the beginning of a sustainable textile revolution. LOVR, based on hemp remnants, is entirely recyclable and biodegradable, with no plastic components. With a minimal ecological footprint, LOVR can be produced carbon-neutral, finding versatile applications in furniture, fashion, and the automotive industry.

Revolutionizing the way materials are made is Revoltech’s mission. Their story began in 2021 as a spin-off from TU Darmstadt, driven by the belief that the textile industry needs a transformation. With LOVR, they make a clear statement for sustainable innovation and a future without compromises.



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