# mena 2021
Hydria is a domestic water recycling unit created re to reduce overconsumption and abuse of water as a resource. By repurposing left-over water from routine kitchen activities such as straining pasta, washing produce and soaking foodstuffs, our relationship with water is reshaped to a more considerate and sustainable dynamic.
Water, recycled through a 3-stage natural filtration system of purifying elements, such as gravel, sand, and activated charcoal, can be used for watering plants, mopping, ironing and various household activities.
On a larger scale, Hydria can be implemented within buildings to collectively produce and reuse recycled water, creating a more self-sustainable operating community.
Nikhilesh Mohan is a Product & Multimedia Designer aspiring to create and realize products that allow for a range of opportunities for a diversity of people to participate in experiences. Through his undergraduation at the Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation, Nikhilesh has developed the skill of creating technically sound products and communicating them to the masses through a range of mediums.morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram
Hydria Links:Project Website
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