Living Pavilion: Algae Architecture Cleans the Air

Biologically active architecture could pave the way for a whole new method of urban farming, with far more uses than just growing food. In fact, our built environments could be living organisms in and of themselves, eating, breathing and growing just as we do. One striking example is the Algaeculture Feeding System, developed by Carlo Ratti Associati as part o the Future Food District Project at Expo Milano 2015.
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