Elvis Wesley approached the ECO-oh! material in a constructive way by connecting two boards using a unique honeycomb structure. This way, he gives an extra dimension to the material and opens the way for the development of a board material that is lightweight, has volume and can be used as a supporting structure.
The current stage in the development of the ECO-oh! mat is the solid board that is the result of the controlled heating of the mat. However, by intervening in the heating process or by manipulating the shape of the board, constructive and spatial applications can be found.