Finally: Earthquake-proof wallpaper

The ‘paper’ is actually made from flexible glass fiber, which stretches along with the flexing in the wall. This allows it to remain intact as the wall changes shape, keeping everything together like a giant hair net.

Key to making it all work is a special adhesive developed by Beyer, which bonds intimately with tiny irregularities in the wall, while soaking through and embedding the flexible glass fiber wallpaper.