Name: RiceHouse Plus: Bioplasters produced from rice straw, husk and bran Field: New materials Features: RiceHouse biocomposite materials are made of by-products from rice cultivation, and when employed in architecture they guarantee energetic and acoustic efficiency, living comfort and salubrity of the living areas where they are used.      Rice represents the main source of nourishment for more than half of the world population. However, there are three substances that are left from the process of rice cultivation, and that remain unused: straw, husk and bran. The innovative start-up RiceHouse and its founder, architect Tiziana Monterisi, want to exploit and upgrade these by-products of rice cultivation, and use them in the architectural field. According ...