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Potato shelter / Shelter for korean fish

Potato shelter

Potato shelter is designed to protect native fish from foreign species in Korea.
Exotic fish such as Bass eat small native fish in Korea, which poses a great risk to ecosystem.
Therefore, it was thought that shelters were needed to protect these small creatures.
In search of eco-friendly materials, I decided to use recycled boards made from potato skins made by Chip[s] Board in England.
This board is eco-friendly, made with adhesive extracted from potatoes, so there is less water pollution.
and it is modular, you can increase or decrease the size of the fish. It can also be made simple.

University

Hongik university

Hongik university
student
Seoul, South Korea

Kyung Min Park,
Hongik university