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Brilliant WarkaWater Towers Collect Drinking Water from Thin Air in Ethiopia

The Warka Water project recently won the prestigious World Design Impact Prize at a World Design Capital gala in Taipei.

The WarkaWater is shaped like a vase and looks like an art exhibit. By gathering condensation, it's providing water to Ethiopian villages and could be a solution for thirsty communities worldwide.

A Simple, Elegant Invention That Draws Water From Air

Harvesting water from the sky might sound like magic, but that’s exactly what these beautiful, tree-inspired structures do. And in a world where millions live without access to clean water, this invention could save countless lives.

Warka Water's water-collecting tower | Future Makers: in this exclusive movie, Italian architect Arturo Vittori explains how his wooden Warka Water structures can provide clean drinking water for rural communities in the developing world.

In this exclusive movie, architect Arturo Vittori explains how his Warka Water towers provide clean drinking water for communities in the developing world

Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Announce Second “PXSTL” Design Competition,Last year's PXSTL Structure by Freecell Architecture. Image Courtesy of Freecell Architecture

Gallery of Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Announce Second “PXSTL” Design Competition - 3

Image 3 of 4 from gallery of Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Announce Second “PXSTL” Design Competition. Last year's PXSTL Structure by Freecell Architecture. Image Courtesy of Freecell Architecture

Abrigo Temporário no Nepal,Cortesia de Charles Lai, Takehiko Suzuki

Galeria de Abrigo Temporário no Nepal / Charles Lai + Takehiko Suzuki - 8

Abrigo Temporário no Nepal,Cortesia de Charles Lai, Takehiko Suzuki

La Plaine DIX70

La Plaine DIX70

Green Ladder by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, bamboo architecture by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Fugitive Structures by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation

Vo Trong Nghia’s Green Ladder pavilion turns bamboo into “green steel”

The 2016 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum has opened with the unveiling of the Fugitive Structures pavilion by Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

Forest Shadow by Tomohiro Hata and Takashi Manda

by Tomohiro Hata + Takashi Manda "This little installations is made by a steel frame covered with by polyester mesh creates a delicate structure provides an

Saving whales in the Antarctic! Operation Zero Tolerance Collision Statement - Sea Shepherd Australia  23Feb 2013:  It is well documented & indisputable that the Nisshin Maru has rammed three Sea Shepherd ships & their own fuel tanker. Captain of the Nisshin Maru, Tomoyuki Ogawa, risked over a hundred lives Feb 20, 2013, & has not had to answer to anyone for his reckless actions…

Sea Shepherd February, 2013 Captain Peter Hammarstedt during the operation 'Stop Refueling' photo: Marianna BaldoAs extensive amounts of photogra.

Galeria de Refúgio do Cavalo / Gartnerfuglen + Mariana de Delás - 1

Galeria de Refúgio do Cavalo / Gartnerfuglen + Mariana de Delás - 1

Grooming Retreat / Gartnerfuglen + Mariana de Delás LINK TO ARCHDAILY thank you! Architects: Gartnerfuglen, Mariana de Delás As the young professional urbanite decided to move back to her hometown to.

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