This startup has raised $31m to turn wood into glass
Woodoo repurposes dead wood into new advanced materials to replace glass, leather and steel.
Resurrect dead wood into glass, leather, and steel replacements
With its latest funding round, the company’s founder and CEO, Timothée Boitouzet, is hoping to replace carbon-intensive building materials with a lower carbon, abundant, and affordable alternative: wood.
Woodoo is creating decarbonized wood-based materials
Woodoo, a startup working on alternative materials for various industries, has raised $31 million in funding.
Woodoo raises $31 million, led by Chris Sacca’s Lowercarbon Capital
Woodoo turn low-grade and diseased wood into premium high-tech materials, which can then be used to make surfaces and panels, as well as items for luxury goods.
$31 million raised by Woodoo
The funds raised will first of all enable the company to multiply its production capacity by five. (“We have just acquired a second industrial site in Troyes, which brings our production capacity to 14,000 m² per year,” emphasizes the director.)
Woodoo is raising funds with Lowercarbon Capital
After the luxury goods and automotive industries, Woodoo is going to use its invention in the construction sector.
Woodoo takes it to the next level
After having created augmented wood six years ago, the start-up has raised $31 million to support its industrialization.
Woodoo useS discarded wood as a construction material
Woodoo’s technology takes low-grade and even discarded wood products and uses its proprietary engineering platform to transform them into premium high-tech materials.
Woodoo enters construction market
Woodoo—a French biomaterials startup transforming low-grade wood into high-performance, low-environmental impact materials—has raised funds in a round led by Lowercarbon Capital
the start-up that created an “augmented” wood
The startup announced a $31 million fundraising. After the luxury and automotive industries, it will use its invention for the construction sector.