Biomaterials for sustainable construction
In its latest article, Les Echos Magazine presents Woodoo as one of the innovative solutions that will lead to a revolution in the future of sustainable construction (article in french).
“Une minute pour innover”
Brut visited us in Troyes to interview Timothée Boitouzet, CEO of Woodoo. A chronicle to discover in the program “Une minute pour innover” broadcasted on France 2. (video in french)
Wood, a sustainable alternative for the construction sector
Presentation of our materials by Anthony Morel and Sandra Gandoin in the “Culture Geek” column on BFM Business. (video in french)
JEC Composites Startup Booster, 3 years later
In 2019, Woodoo was awarded by the JEC Composites Startup Booster. Discover the interview of Timothée Boitouzet 3 years later on JEC Web TV. Startup Booster helped us create strategic partnerships with some of our current partners. (video in french)
Viva Technology presents our innovative applications
Our digital augmented wood solutions are presented in Vivatech 15′ by VivaTech journalist and host Asha Sumputh and Tech Radar journalist Alexis Mulard.
Wood with superpowers
Discover the story of Woodoo in this Timber Pioneers article. With the Woodoo solutions, Timothée Boitouzet strive to change the world by enabling its transition to sustainable solutions, to win the fight for decarbonation and against climate change.
“Choiseul Ville de Demain” 2022
Business immo media highlights Timothée Boitouzet as laureate of the 2022 “Choiseul Ville De Demain” ranking. A pioneer in decarbonised wood-based materials the architect, turned chemist, is inventing the building materials of tomorrow (article in french).
World BioEconomy Forum X Woodoo
Bioproduct Day is a celebration of all bioproducts that, like us, contribute to the wider goal of environmental sustainability and climate action. All answers are in Nature! Discover the interview of our CEO Timothée Boitouzet by Mark Rushton.
The new properties of Woodoo materials
Once transformed, our augmented wood obtains new properties. It is stronger than traditional wood and becomes translucent. This article from the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty presents our genesis and the various applications of our biomaterials.(article in french)
A sustainable material for construction
In its May newsletter, the Uruguayan Wood Industry Association (ADIMAU) presents our low-carbon bio-based building materials (article in Spanish).