A natural facilitator and organizer, Elodie is adept at questioning what we think we know about materials, where we use them, and how we talk about them. Trained as both an engineer and a designer, Elodie has lectured extensively and curated numerous exhibitions across the world. Elodie was co-director of materiO in Paris and co-authored Materiology: the Creative’s Guide to Materials and Technologies.
elodie [@] hyloh.com
New York / Sydney
With experience in the fields of design, materials and education, Fiona loves partnering with companies to identify and implement new materials and processes. Trained as a home economics teacher before pursuing a Master of Design, Fiona taught textile theory and technique at a university in Sydney, was a Material Specialist and Project Manager at Material ConneXion, and a Content Strategist with Gensler, both in New York.
fiona [@] hyloh.com
New York / Melbourne
Sarah is skilled at understanding emerging consumer and cultural behaviors, and their connection to product design and material selection. Curating this insight into bespoke content, design concepts and material strategies, Sarah excels at making materials and processes as coveted as good design has become. Trained as an industrial designer, prior to co-founding Hyloh Sarah was a Senior Design Strategist at Material ConneXion in New York.
sarah [@] hyloh.com
Excess Materials Exchange
EME is a digital facilitated marketplace where companies can exchange any excess materials and products. It functions like a dating site: actively matching supply, demand and materials with their highest-value reuse opportunity.
As a materials engineer and an LCA trained analyst, Emilie applies a scientific and humane approach to her work, accompanying brands as they integrate sustainability strategies and circular design thinking. By starting with an analysis and measurement of environmental and social criteria, Emilie actively guides brands toward disruptive and sustainable solutions that align with their CSR goals.
Based on a thorough understanding of materials reuse, Laura uses research methodologies in order to measure the impact of consumerism. By quantifying materials reuse, Laura enables businesses to better manage their product lifecycles. Trained in environmental science with a masters in sustainable interior design, Laura worked as a materials researcher and project manager at the NYC Center for Materials Reuse.