Ingenious Chlorella Oxygen Pavilion helps city dwellers breathe clean, unpolluted air using algae

The Chlorella Pavilion wooed judges with its emphasis on honoring the symbiotic relationship between animal and plants. Miklosi designed system of tubes to run throughout the interior and exterior of the structure, filled with algae soaking up energy from the sun and “exhaling” oxygen into the space by way of a central fountain. Visitors relaxing in the futuristic oxygen bar will feed the algae by converting oxygen into CO2 with their breath, creating a continuous cycle.

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from Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingInhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building http://inhabitat.com/ingenious-chlorella-oxygen-pavilion-helps-city-dwellers-breathe-clean-unpolluted-air-using-algae
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