MycoWorks developed and owns Fine Mycelium, the world’s only proprietary biotechnology that harnesses mycelium to grow a made-to-order natural material that offers the performance of the finest animal leather with lower environmental impact.


Recognized globally as a breakthrough in materials science, Fine Mycelium’s durability, customizability and aesthetic features unlock new design possibilities while its tray-based process offers relief to existing supply chain constraints.
Co-founded in 2013 by artists Philip Ross and Sophia Wang, MycoWorks blends craftsmanship and science to create Fine Mycelium, the customizable, durable material whose hand evokes the same quality and emotional response as the world’s finest heritage animal leathers.
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