NeoConversations: Econyl CEO discusses circular economy

Giulio Bonazzi and David Oakey discuss the role designers and architects play in the circular economy.

​Giulio Bonazzi, CEO and chairman of Econyl, is recognized as a sustainability leader, making radical changes toward a circular economy. With Econyl regenerated nylon, the design industry has significant opportunity to create innovative products through a cyclical supply chain, while preserving the world’s natural resources.

Bonazzi, along with David Oakey, founder of David Oakey Designs, sat down with NeoConversations to answer several questions, including: What is the circular economy and what role do architects and designers play in it? How can the A&D community design truly sustainable spaces and specify materials in which the entire lifecycle has been considered, including eventual reuse? What are the implications, misconceptions and benefits associated with materials made from regenerated waste?

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Giulio Bonazzi, CEO and chairman of Aquafil (left), and David Oakey, founder of David Oakey Designs.

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