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Hydrologic Cycle / GREEN DESIGN

Hydrologic Cycle
Hydrologic Cycle

When most people use water dispensers, they let any spills drain into a built-in container below the tap and do not give the wasted water a second thought. Indoor plants are usually watered about two or three times a week. The dispenser’s spill container is probably emptied
around this many times as well. If the dispenser’s residue water could be used to water the plants, none of it would go to waste and a useful cycle would be established.
Hydrologic Cycle incorporates a jug-shaped container into the water dispenser. The clearly expressed shape hints at its intended use.


Dong seo university

Dong seo university
Busan, South Korea

Prof. Ko Kyung wook


Dong seo university

Dong seo university
Busan, South Korea

jungki seo