It turns out foam is not only being used to build fake walls these days, but also to construct real ones. San Francisco architect Tim Murphy says architectural foam "is probably here to stay" based on its durability, low cost and environmentally friendly production. No worries, though: There are no plans to use foam in any structural walls at this point, according to the article.
So, what do you think? Has your firm tried using architectural foam? How have your clients reacted?