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Revive & Cohabitation / Zero Waste Restaurant

Revive & Cohabitation
Revive & Cohabitation

The zero waste approach aims to promote green lifestyles and minimize the amount of waste produces.Clean air and water are vital to the environment and rapid industrialization doesn’t have to put more pressure on the environment.The design concept originated with materials.
Industrial waste such as reinforcing steel, H -beams, and iron rusted by sulfur dioxide fumes are incorporated.Natural elements like vines, grass and flowers are also introduced.
The creative combination of “waste materials” and “plantation walls” symbolize the idea : “Maximize resources to minimize waste”

University

Asia University

Asia University
Taichung, Taiwan

Ray Liang,
Asia University