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Algae Bus Stop / Architecture/Urban Design

Algae Bus Stop

Algae Bus Stop is designed for big polluted cities to provide clean air. This modular structure that can be installed even in narrowest streets of big cities, produces oxygen much more than evergreen trees. It reduces CO2, purifies the air and provides biofuel from harvested algae in a natural process that can be an excellent fuel source for green buses. Thanks to designing aspects, the minimum usage of any energy sources are needed to achieve this goal. It encourages people to use more public transportation by offering safe and healthy travelling inside the cities.

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Sapienza University of Rome

Sapienza University of Rome
Rome, Italy

Zahra Mohammadganjee,
Sapienza University of Rome