COCOBOARD® IS SUSTAINABLY SOURCED. | OUR TECHNOLOGY We implement our technology through a circular economy approach by sourcing natural materials close to the manufacturing site. Through the optimization of the production process, we ensure efficient use of resources in coconut producing countries. | PRODUCTS MDC - MEDIUM DENSITY COCOBOARD A one-layer, medium density panel, suited for a wide range of furniture applications. LAMINATED COCOBOARD A finished version of medium density Cocoboard®, best used for cabinetry, shelving and wall cladding. 100% BIO-BASED ZERO FORMALDEHYDE EMISSIONS TERMITE RESISTANT | RAW MATERIAL COCONUT HUSK The coconut husk is the external fibrous part of the nut and is a by-product of the coconut harvest. Globally, 21 million tons of husks per year remain untapped. TANNIN The tannins are natural compounds recovered by simple hot-water extraction from bark, heartwood, shells and husks, widely available by-products of agroforestry. (PINOY Tannin project). | PROJECTS HOUSING A social housing development in collaboration with the The Hilti Foundation and Base Bahay. The project was to promote alternative technology in social housing construction in the Philippines. Low and medium density Cocoboard® prototypes were trialed as wall cladding and ceiling panels in Tacloban, Philippines. After being used for an extensive period, the panels’ performance received positive feedback from users and improvements to the panels have since been made. FURNITURE Design and Build Workshop of new furniture concepts by Filipino Architects. Architects explored the potential of Cocoboard® in furniture applications over a 3-day workshop in the Philippines by designing and building a series of products. Currently, NaturLoop is seeking partnerships with furniture manufacturers to further develop concepts for household and office furniture.