Biohm

About Us

Biohm is a research and development led, bio-manufacturing company. We allow nature to lead innovation.

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Biohm is a research and development led company that allows nature to lead innovation in the construction industry to create a healthier and more sustainable built environment. Placing biological systems at the heart of our inspiration, we combine philosophies of the Circular Economy and Human-Centred Design with future-tech to create a step-change in building technologies, materials and manufacturing methods.

Triagomy, our revolutionary construction system, is capable of achieving drastic reductions in a building’s environmental impact, build-times and costs. It uses our very own unique bio-based materials, which include a mycelium (mushroom-based) insulation and a plant-based concrete alternative. This off-site interlocking construction system creates carbon-negative buildings that can be deconstructed at any stage of their life; supporting a much-needed transition towards agile infrastructure and offering unprecedented flexibility to architects, property developers and occupants.

As well as delivering truly sustainable high-performance buildings that are conducive to occupants’ wellbeing through our innovative business model, we are driven by a continuous stream of interdisciplinary and novel research through which we offer consultation services to the industry. We collaborate with industry partners and academia to lead the construction industry towards a circular future that is inspired by nature and driven by our human, environmental and economic needs.

Meet the founders

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    Ehab Sayed

    Founder and Director of Innovation

    Ehab has over 6 years of experience as a sustainable designer, engineer, circular economy strategist and built environment innovator with a passion for creating a biomimetic (nature- inspired) circular future. Through extensive research on the global construction industry, he founded Biohm to champion a transformation towards the integration of biological processes in manufacturing.