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midair blue / Temporary architecture

midair blue
midair blue

Kenya of Africa is one of the place having a huge rich-poor gap. Especially the at the villages near beach are having problem with the water supply because of the salinity in the river. Brought out the idea of using the high-saline river and strong sun-light. Midair Blue makes the saline water as water for living and by using the radiant heat of the sun in the process, it becomes a shelter that can also get salt from it. The salty water gradually evaporates by the significant sunlight of the day. Water evaporated flows toward the inclined direction as it forms on the slanted cover of the film. Purified water can be used as it drops.

University

kookmin university

kookmin university
seoul, South Korea

Design

kookmin university

kookmin university
seoul, South Korea

Design

kookmin university

kookmin university
seoul, South Korea