Stomata Space – Architecture as a respiratory system


Air purification towers to balance out industrial landscapes

Stomata Space is a sustainable architecture proposal that aims to create a clean-air zone around the residential district of Al-Hashmeyah in Jordan. Responding to the town’s industrial landscape, the project consists of a series of purification towers that acts as an environmental and visual counterpart to the factory-emissions towers currently marking the town’s periphery. Each tower consists of a pollutant collector, a series of filters and a negative-ion generator – allowing polluted air to be sucked into the top of the structure, processed and released as clean air through the tower’s perforated sides.

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